Mexico’s political parties are getting into the game, and with some help from a new game they’re getting a taste of what it’s like to be the leader of a political party.
Mexican presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s political party, MPR, will start offering its own political quiz this week, in an effort to better prepare Mexican voters for next year’s election.
MPR, a political nonprofit, has created a video series called “MPR Party Quest,” which is meant to teach voters about the country’s political landscape and its political parties.
The video series will be shown on the MPR TV network on Sunday night.
MPR is a nonprofit group that was founded in 2013 and works to make political parties more accessible.
With the help of an app that lets users take notes on political parties’ websites, MPSA, the MPSC, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the National Association of the Popular Committees and the Chamber of Deputies are also helping create a quiz that they hope will give voters a better understanding of what a political Party is.
“What you will see in this quiz is a very brief overview of the party,” said Elmer Marrero, MPGC head of operations.
“It’s the same as when you have a party registration form.”
This is the first time MPSCs, MPsC and the MCPC have collaborated to create a political quiz, Marrero said.
The MPSCC was formed by MPSM and MPSS to organize the election.
They have not been involved with the new quiz, which was developed by Marrero’s organization.
Marrero said he hopes that the quiz will help MPSAC voters get an idea of how parties operate in Mexico.
“We want to educate people, and we want to give people a better perspective on the political process,” Marrero told The Associated Press.
More:Mexican election results to be announced TuesdayMPR is also taking a different approach to political party organizing.
It is partnering with political parties in the U.S. and Canada to organize their own political parties through the new app.
A team of MPSE employees, including Marrero and the party’s president, will be taking part in the app development and planning.
“The app is very different from what we do in Mexico,” Marreroso said.
“When you look at the map, there are a lot of different areas, and the same information will be presented in the map.”
We have to organize it, we have to design the map to make it work, and then we have the team to coordinate it.
We are going to have to create and organize this, and if we can do that, we will do it very well,” Marrezoso said in an interview.MPR has a website, where users can find out more about the party and its activities.
MPSEs websites are accessible by text message or by calling the party office.MPSE and MPR have partnered on a similar political app called MPSQ, which is designed for the U, U.K., Australia, Canada and New Zealand.