MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexicans are electing the entire lower house of Congress, almost half the country’s governors and most mayors. It’s a vote that will determine whether President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s Morena party will get the majority in Congress it needs to continue his “Fourth Transformation” of Mexico. His critics have depicted Sunday’s elections as a chance to stop the still-popular López Obrador from concentrating more power and weakening checks and balance. The president says the opposition is dominated by conservatives who oppose his campaign against corruption and waste.
The post Mexico votes on López Obrador’s “transformation” at mid-term appeared first on WEEK.