Elecciones y violencia, Guerrero 2015
Solano Ramírez, Gabino
Jiménez Badillo, Margarita
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The state of Guerrero in Mexico held elections for governor, legislators and mayors in June 2015 in a criminal environment, visible with the forced disappearance of students in the municipality of Iguala. This study examines how criminal violence affected the political environment to carry out the elections, affecting candidates, officials and political activists (murders, threats and kidnappings); and citizen participation in the integration of the ballot boxes, the dynamics of campaigns, and the normality of the electoral bodies.
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