Elecciones en Guerrero: equilibrio bipartidista recurrente
Solano Ramírez, Gabino
Jiménez Badillo, Margarita
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The election held in October of 2008 for council heads and local deputies has ratified a recurrent two-party system in Guerrero, where the PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party) and the PRD (Party of the Democratic Revolution) have been sharing the majority of representation seats for a number of years. Despite the election new rules recently set in place the rise of competing political parties has failed to fracture the bipartisan system. Notwithstanding, new questions arise about the en durance of this precarious political balance while minority forces obtain more veto power in the local congress and increasing influence in the local councils.
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