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Ruling party loses few seats in Mexican mid-term elections

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Preliminary results show the PRI and its allies winning between 246 and 263 seats in Mexico's 500-seat lower house. Besides the lower chamber, nine governorships, 17 local state legislatures, and scores of mayors and local posts were up for grabs. President Enrique Peña-Nieto's Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) largely emerged unscathed following mid-term elections on 7 June despite widespread discontent with the political establishment.

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