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The Mexican presidential candidate for the National Action Party (PAN), Josefina Vazquez Mota, waves after casting her vote in Huisquilucan, Mexico State, during election day on July 1, 2012. Almost 80 million Mexicans are expected to vote in Mexico's presidential election, in which voters exhausted by violence seem prepared to bring the PRI, the party that ran the country for seven decades, back to office. Mexican presidents are elected by simple majority for six-year terms and are banned from running for re-election.  AFP PHOTO/Johan ORDONEZ        (Photo credit should read JOHAN ORDONEZ/AFP/GettyImages)
The Mexican presidential candidate for the National Action Party (PAN), Josefina Vazquez Mota, waves after casting her vote in Huisquilucan, Mexico State, during election day on July 1, 2012. Almost 80 million Mexicans are expected to vote in Mexico's presidential election, in which voters exhausted by violence seem prepared to bring the PRI, the party that ran the country for seven decades, back to office. Mexican presidents are elected by simple majority for six-year terms and are banned from running for re-election.  AFP PHOTO/Johan ORDONEZ        (Photo credit should read JOHAN ORDONEZ/AFP/GettyImages)

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Josefina Vázquez Mota se deslindó de las finanzas de su familia, señalada de tener presuntos ingresos ilícitos, mientras Enrique Ochoa del PRI rechazó acusaciones de recibir ingresos ilegales.

Políticos mexicanos se defienden de acusaciones de corrupción

Josefina Vázquez Mota se deslindó de las finanzas de su familia, señalada de tener presuntos ingresos ilícitos, mientras Enrique Ochoa del PRI rechazó acusaciones de recibir ingresos ilegales.