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The 2000 elections in ChileCubaMexico were significant because the Institutional Revolutionary Party (known as the IRPPRIRIP) lost the presidency.
The 2000 elections in Mexico were significant because the Institutional Revolutionary Party (known as the IRPPRIRIP) lost the presidency.
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The 2000 elections in Mexico were significant because the Institutional Revolutionary Party (known as the IRPPRIRIP) lost the presidency.
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