President Felipe Calderon was accused  violating the Mexican Constitution by the IFE (Instituto Federal Electoral), Mexico’s electoral commission.   By a margin of 4 to 3 (with two councillors absent), IFE’s council determined that Calderon violated the Constitution.

According to IFE, Calderon broke Article 134 of the Mexican Constitution, by carrying out personalized advertising and using public funds for electoral purposes. 

What did Calderon actually do?

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Article by Allan Wall, published by on June 4th, 2012.