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Mexico City, MEXICO:  A member of the Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) recounts votes in Mexico City, 9 August 2006. The top electoral court ordered all the votes counted again at 9 percent of polling stations in a bid to clear up fraud allegations and calm a political crisis that has shaken Mexico's young democracy. Conservative ruling party candidate Felipe Calderon won the July 2 vote by a tiny margin but his left-wing rival, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, claims there was massive vote-rigging.  AFP PHOTO/Luis ACOSTA  (Photo credit should read LUIS ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images)
Mexico City, MEXICO:  A member of the Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) recounts votes in Mexico City, 9 August 2006. The top electoral court ordered all the votes counted again at 9 percent of polling stations in a bid to clear up fraud allegations and calm a political crisis that has shaken Mexico's young democracy. Conservative ruling party candidate Felipe Calderon won the July 2 vote by a tiny margin but his left-wing rival, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, claims there was massive vote-rigging.  AFP PHOTO/Luis ACOSTA  (Photo credit should read LUIS ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images)

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La Junta Ejecutiva asumió que no está facultado para reducir los salarios de los consejeros del organismo.

No se reducirán los salarios de empleados del Instituto Nacional Electoral de México

La Junta Ejecutiva asumió que no está facultado para reducir los salarios de los consejeros del organismo.