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In Michoacán, people are self governing itself without political parties for a new life
by Demián Revart Thursday Jan 4th, 2018 3:35 PM
On the eve of Christmas, the p'ur'hépecha community of Arantepakua (Michoacán) realized an communal assembly for decide without hesitation to govern itself without political parties from now on, substituting thus the "traditional authority" figure by the "Concejos" (Councils), entities elected by direct democracy and conformed of two people from each of the four blocks of the locality.