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Fox's wife won't seek presidency in 2006

Mexico’s first lady, Marta Sahagún, said Monday that she wouldn’t run for president when her husband’s term ends in two years, ending months of speculation that had helped undermine her husband’s political strength. ”It’s time for conciliation. . . . I’ve said it and I reiterate it: Mexico is ready to have a woman govern the country. Nevertheless, I want to assert I will not be a candidate for the presidency,” Sahagún said at the presidential residence of Los Piños. She said she would continue working for her private charity foundation Vamos Mexico, or Let’s Go Mexico, which critics alleged she used to obtain funds for a run at the presidency. Full Story

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