A protesting teacher sits in front of graffiti calling former State Governor Angel Aguirre an assassin, in the central square of Chilpancingo, capital of Guerrero State, Mexico, Thursday, June 4, 2015. Aguirre stepped aside as governor in October, almost a month after 43 teacher's college students from nearby Ayotzinapa were killed and incinerated after being detained by local police, according to a federal investigation. The Guerrero governorship will be on the ballot this Sunday, June 7. Radical groups and unionized teachers have vowed to block Sunday's voting for the lower house of congress, nine governorships and hundreds of mayorships.
A protesting teacher sits in front of graffiti calling former State Governor Angel Aguirre an assassin, in the central square of Chilpancingo, capital of Guerrero State, Mexico, Thursday, June 4, 2015. Aguirre stepped aside as governor in October, almost a month after 43 teacher's college students from nearby Ayotzinapa were killed and incinerated after being detained by local police, according to a federal investigation. The Guerrero governorship will be on the ballot this Sunday, June 7. Radical groups and unionized teachers have vowed to block Sunday's voting for the lower house of congress, nine governorships and hundreds of mayorships. AP
A protesting teacher sits in front of graffiti calling former State Governor Angel Aguirre an assassin, in the central square of Chilpancingo, capital of Guerrero State, Mexico, Thursday, June 4, 2015. Aguirre stepped aside as governor in October, almost a month after 43 teacher's college students from nearby Ayotzinapa were killed and incinerated after being detained by local police, according to a federal investigation. The Guerrero governorship will be on the ballot this Sunday, June 7. Radical groups and unionized teachers have vowed to block Sunday's voting for the lower house of congress, nine governorships and hundreds of mayorships. AP

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