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>> Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is Mexico's next president in a landslide victory. Coming in far ahead of his two main rivals from Mexico's traditional ruling parties.>> I'm Havovi Cooper for Reuters in the historic district of Mexico City. Where Lopez Obrador supporters behind me are celebrating his massive win.
We came down one of the main streets Paseo Dela Reforma where lots of cars were honking and waving the Mexican flag.>> Long lines formed outside schools and community centers and even at Mexico city's international Airport, as millions of Mexicans cast their ballot Sunday in the country's largest ever election.
With some 18,000 posts up for grabs, including the nation's top office. Lopez Obrador has been vying for the presidency for years, losing two earlier bids. But his popularity soared in recent months, with Mexicans growing increasingly disillusioned with the outgoing Institutional Revolutionary Party or PRI.>>
> I want the government to be better, that they focus more on what they've promised, and not that they forget about everything after getting to their position.
>> And Lopez Obrador plans to reduce violence with the murder rate soaring to a record high last year. Also on Lopez Obrador or AMLO's agenda are reducing poverty fighting corruption and spurring the economy. But critics say his Morena party has been big on policy details.>>
>> On the international front, Mexico's new president-elect will have to deal with US President Donald Trump on the simmering issues of trade and migration.>> Strong voters and no crime, very simple.>> Trump congratulated AMLO on Sunday night, saying quote I look very much forward to working with him.