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Calderon readies new Mexico government

The top vote getter in Mexico’s presidential election said Monday he has begun working on his new government, even though the country’s electoral court has yet to declare a winner in the disputed race. Conservative Felipe Calderon, of President Vicente Fox’s ruling National Action Party, led official returns from the July 2 election by about 244,000 votes — just 0.6 percentage points. However, under Mexican law he cannot be declared president-elect until an electoral court deals with challenges to the vote. Full Story

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