The process has caused harsh clashes between the president and his party, the National Regeneration Movement (Morena) with the INE and the Electoral Tribunal of the Judicial Power of the Federation (TEPJF).
According to INE data, more than 92.82 million Mexicans over the age of 18 were called to the polls this Sunday.
The exercise of revoking the mandate, which the opposition parties have opposed, recommending not to participate in the vote, would be considered valid or binding if 40% of the people registered on the nominal list of voters participated, that is, about 37 millions of people.
If the participation rate approached 40%, it would be considered a success for López Obrador, which would further legitimize his political projects in the remainder of his term until 2024.
-With information from EFE.