Mexico City (CNN) -- Hours after Mexico's presumed president-elect, Enrique Peña Nieto, said it was time for his country to leave behind the political rancor of campaign season, his closest opponent in the polls refused to concede and said the vote had been "plagued by irregularities." Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who election authorities projected as the runner-up in Sunday's presidential vote, said Monday that he was awaiting the official election results, and prepared to contest them before judicial authorities if they didn't turn out in his favor.
ENRIQUE PEÑA NIETO was elected Mexico's president on July 1st. His Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), which had ruled the country for seven decades until 2000, triumphed in elections for Congress, which accompanied the preside... Read Post
PRI candidate Enrique Peno Nieto has claimed victory in the Mexican presidential election, but his main opponent, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, had not conceded. Read Post