Nadie Es Claro Vencedor

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Nadie Es Claro Vencedor


M[ETH]XICO -- (AP) Despus de las elecciones regionales en Mxico, que fueron vistas por muchos como una prueba para la carrera presidencial del 2012 y para el futuro del pais, el ganador resulto ser -- bueno, en realidad nadie.

El partido del presidente Felipe Caldern est[sz] debilitado, la izquierda se est[sz] colapsando y el Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI), que busca recuperar la presidencia que mantuvo durante 71 a[+ or -]os, demostr ser vulnerable.

Los resultados mixtos en las elecciones de 15 estados mostraron que ningn partido se ha ganado la fe de los mexicanos desesperados por sacar al pas de un atolladero de estancamiento econmico y las incesantes guerras de bandas que han asesinado a m[sz]s de 23,000 desde que Caldern asumi la presidencia hace 3 a[+ or -]os.

El conservador Partido Accin Nacional (PAN) de Caldern no gan en ningn estado por s solo, y perdi dos que haba mantenido y donde necesitaba desesperadamente de alianzas con los izquierdistas para arrebatar los bastiones del antiguo partido gobernante.

El PRI, demostr que sigue siendo la fuerza poltica m[sz]s importante de Mxico, ganando 9 de 12 gubernaturas.

An as, no hubo cambio en cuanto a cuantos tena antes de la votacin. Y su derrota en tres estados bastin indic que muchos mexicanos todava sienten rechazo por el partido que gobern mediante el patrocinio y la corrupcin desde 1929 hasta el 2000.

Las elecciones tambin demostraron el poder de intimidacin de los carteles de la droga en los estados m[sz]s afectados. Solo un tercio de los votantes se presentaron en el estado m[sz]s violento del pas, Chihuahua, donde las bandas de narcotraficantes colgaron cuatro cuerpos de unos puentes en la jornada electoral. Menos del 40 por ciento vot en Tamaulipas, donde el candidato a gobernador Rodolfo Torre fue asesinado.

No es el lugar donde los mexicanos pensaron estar cuando Vicente Fox del PAN derroc al PRI en el 2000 y prometi una nueva era. …

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