Mexico got its first female president in the form of Claudia Sheinbaum in its 200-year history

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Sheinbaum, a climate scientist and former mayor of Mexico City, said Sunday night that her two rivals had accepted her victory. “I will be the first woman president of Mexico,” Sheinbaum said smiling outside a hotel. Shortly before that, election officials had presented some data in which she appeared to be gaining a lead.

Mexico City. Claudia Sheinbaum, the likely winner of Mexico’s presidential election, will be the first woman to hold this post in the country’s 200-year history. Climate scientist and former mayor of Mexico City Sheinbaum said on Sunday night that two competitors have accepted her victory. Sheinbaum said smiling outside a hotel, “I will be the first woman president of Mexico.” Shortly before this, election officials have presented some figures in which she is seen gaining lead.

Sheinbaum said, “I could not do this alone. We all did it together. The heroines, mothers and daughters of our motherland supported us a lot. We have shown that Mexico is a democratic country, where elections have been held peacefully.” The head of the National Electoral Institute said that according to the data, Sheinbaum has received 58.3 percent to 60.7 percent votes. Opposition candidate Xochitl Galvez has received 26.6 to 28.6 percent votes while Jorge Alvarez Menez has received 9.9 to 10.8 percent votes.

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