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Mexico operates under the framework of a federal presidential representative democratic republic as established by the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States. This means that it operates with a centralized government and a series of state governments.

It has a Congress of the Union which handles legislative duties, divided between the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies.

Executive power is provided to the President of Mexico, who operates as both head of state and head of government.

The Judicial power in the nation is overseen by the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, the Council of the Federal Judiciary, as well as a series of tribunals.

Elections are conducted under the auspices of a multi-party system. The three primary political parties are the National Action Party, the Party of the Democratic Revolution and the Institutional Revolutionary Party.

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