Mexico's government failed Friday to provide even preliminary results two days after national elections, prompting opposition groups to accuse the ruling party of the "worst fraud" in Mexico's history in staking its claim to the presidency. The Federal Election Commission, which oversaw the voting, recessed until Sunday--when the first preliminary results were to be released. Manuel Clouthier of the conservative National Action Party, or PAN, told reporters his party will fight for electoral justice.
MEXICANS CRY FRAUD
By Deseret News