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One-party rule: Mexico a step forward, India and South Africa two steps backward

As the election campaign in Europe drew to a close, three parts of the world – Africa, North America and Asia – were already taking stock of their elections. More than 800 million people went to the polls in India, Mexico and South Africa. This factor and the role of the countries themselves in global politics determined their importance for the whole world, and the results recorded the emergence of new political trends that will be taken into account by the main geopolitical players. Let us focus on the features and the most important political lessons of the campaigns. 

In this material Ascolta analyzes the results of election campaigns in three countries at once – South Africa, Mexico and India, where a total of one seventh of the world’s population was involved. The article studies not only internal political processes in these countries, but also possible trends and forecasts affecting geopolitical processes. 

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As the election campaign in Europe drew to a close, three parts of the world – Africa, North America and Asia – were already taking stock of their elections. More than 800 million people went to the polls in India, Mexico and South Africa. This factor and the role of the countries themselves in global politics determined their importance for the whole world, and the results recorded the emergence of new political trends that will be taken into account by the main geopolitical players. Let us focus on the features and the most important political lessons of the campaigns. 

In this material Ascolta analyzes the results of election campaigns in three countries at once – South Africa, Mexico and India, where a total of one seventh of the world’s population was involved. The article studies not only internal political processes in these countries, but also possible trends and forecasts affecting geopolitical processes. 

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