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“Opposition Parties Seize Majority in Yucatan Elections”

In the recent municipal elections in Yucatan, a coalition of opposition parties, including PAN, PRI, PRD, MC, Nueva Alianza, and others, won the majority of municipalities. Out of 106 municipalities, they secured 66, reflecting a political landscape where traditional party alliances and strategies are key.

The National Action Party (PAN) emerged as a dominant force, winning in 19 municipalities. The Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) also had a strong showing, winning in 18 municipalities. Nueva Alianza (NAY) claimed victory in 7 municipalities, demonstrating a significant support base.

The alliances between these parties were also key to their electoral success. The PAN-PRI coalition won in 5 municipalities, while PAN-NAY won in 6 municipalities. The PAN-PRI-NAY alliance secured victories in 5 more municipalities, and the PRI-PRD-NAY coalition in one more. The PAN-PRD alliance won in one municipality.

In total, PAN, PRI, Nueva Alianza, and their alliances won 63 municipalities, representing a significant majority in the state. This shows the effectiveness of coalition strategies in ensuring governance in various localities. These victories included key municipalities like Merida, Kanasín, Motul, Tixkokob, Halachó, Conkal, Acanceh, Izamal, and others.

The Citizen's Movement (MC) and the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD) also had a presence in the electoral results, though to a lesser extent. MC won in two municipalities: Dzilam de Bravo and Dzemul, while PRD secured a victory in Tepakán. Despite their smaller participation, these parties maintain a significant influence in the local political landscape.

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Morena and its allies also achieved victories, but did not secure the majority. Morena won in 16 municipalities, PT in 4, and PVEM in 6. Their alliances also resulted in several victories: the PVEM-PT-Morena coalition won in 6 municipalities, MORENA-PT in 4, PT-Morena in 4, PVEM-PT in 2, and MORENA-PVME in 2. In total, Morena and its allies prevailed in 40 municipalities, including Tizimín, Valladolid, Tekax, Progreso, Hunucmá, and others.

The results demonstrate that the opposition parties, through their coalition strategies, have consolidated their dominance in the state, commanding the majority of municipalities. While Morena and its allies maintain a considerable presence, they are not the dominant force. This marks a significant trend in local politics, reflecting a balance of power where the opposition to Morena holds the majority.