Tag archive for ‘2018 presidencial elections’
By Yucatan Times On Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

ANALYSIS: Mexico starts 2018 in the midst of discordant scenario

Prensa Latina, Cuba’s official government news agency, provides this analysis of Mexico’s delicate situation at the start of 2018… Mexicans begin 2018 amid a discordant scenario, of lawsuits between More...

By Yucatan Times On Saturday, December 9th, 2017

Ruling party PRI’s Meade lags behind leftist AMLO in poll

Former Mexico finance minister Jose Antonio Meade, who resigned to seek the presidential nomination of the ruling party, is lagging far behind in public support ahead of next year’s election, according to More...

By Yucatan Times On Tuesday, November 28th, 2017

What PRI’s presidential candidate means for Yucatan and Mexican politics

On Monday November 27, José Antonio Meade Kuribeña resigned his post as Treasury Secretary to make public that he is officially running for Mexico’s presidency in 2018… MERIDA – Two academics from the More...

By Yucatan Times On Friday, November 24th, 2017

Mérida to host one of the presidential debates in June

Moderators will have an active role in the debates, and citizen participation is contemplated… MERIDA – In its first extraordinary session, the Temporary Committee of Debates of the National Electoral Institute More...

By Yucatan Times On Monday, November 20th, 2017

COMMENT: Mexico’s 2018 presidential election is about impunity

Macario Schettino, a professor at the School of Government at Mexico’s Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, writes in Americas Quarterly about the difficult situation our country will go through More...

By Yucatan Times On Thursday, November 16th, 2017

Comment: Angry voters reject Mexico’s major political parties

As angry voters reject major parties, Mexico’s 2018 presidential race grows chaotic, writes political analyst Salvador Vázquez del Mercado… Mexico’s 2018 campaign season has not officially begun, but More...