Demands for a Recount in Mexico: What's Next? In Mexico, the two leading candidates in Sunday's election declared themselves president-elect, and a final decision could involve months of recounts and challenges in court.
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Demands for a Recount in Mexico: What's Next?

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Demands for a Recount in Mexico: What's Next?

Demands for a Recount in Mexico: What's Next?

Demands for a Recount in Mexico: What's Next?

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In Mexico, the two leading candidates in Sunday's election declared themselves president-elect, and a final decision could involve months of recounts and challenges in court.

Guests:

Lourdes Garcia-Navarro, NPR Mexico correspondent

John Womack, Robert Woods Bliss professor of Latin American history and economics at Harvard University