Mexico has its first indigenous woman candidate for president

With Mexico due to elect a new president next year, the country’s major political parties will soon begin lining up their candidates. Marking a historic moment for Mexican politics, among those competing will be the first woman to represent the count.

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    With Mexico due to elect a new president next year, the country’s major political parties will soon begin lining up their candidates. Marking a historic moment for Mexican politics, among those competing will be the first woman to represent the country’s indigenous population. Al Jazeera’s John Holman reports from Tuxpan.


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