n.— «Last March Castañeda announced his candidacy with defiant suggestions that he is entitled to run for the presidency as an independent, without a party, regardless of what Mexico’s electoral laws might say.  And he threatened to take whatever legal measures might be needed in a counteroffensive against the “partyocracy,” to use his neologism.» —“Small parties in Mexico seek power” by Barnard R. Thompson (San Diego, California) May 17, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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