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HISTORY: Tens of thousands of people packed the streets of Mexico City on Sunday in a massive support for President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.
Crowds came from far and wide after pushing back on the president's political agenda in recent weeks.
Including a protest march of a similar size against him.
Critics fear his electoral reform ideas could lead to a power grab - he says they will improve democracy.
But Sunday was a big show of popularity for Lopez Obrador, and several marched alongside him to the capital's Zocalo Square.
"We know it has not been easy, there is still work to be done, but we are very pleased that the President has fulfilled most of his commitments."
"All benefits are for the good of the people, that's what happens in Mexico. More than 80 years of oppression by the PRI and PAN governments are over, this is happening in Mexico.”
On the pitch, the President, known locally by his initials AMLO, dismissed critics' concerns.
"Effective suffrage and effective democracy," AMLO told its supporters. "Re-election, no."
Under the reforms, the budget of the country's Electoral Commission would be cut along with the number of seats in part of Congress.
Congress began discussing the reform proposal earlier this month.
AMLO says it aims to limit economic influence on policy.
But its opponents fear it would concentrate power in government hands.

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