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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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Alert in Tizimín as the number of Covid cases in children skyrockets

Most Tizimileños have relaxed their sanitary measures but although there are no hospitalizations, a number of new Covid cases have…

The Wall Street Journal says human trafficking is “Big Business”

Migrant-trafficking networks, with smugglers known as coyotes, have grown from a cottage industry to operations linked to drug gangs. The…

US authorities will stop honoring expired passports as of July 1st

The US State Department will no longer honor expired United States passports next month, ending a pandemic-era practice implemented due…

US Supreme Court’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ ruling puts immigration policy in the hands of voters

In the very last decision of its latest term, the Supreme Court released a major ruling that not only clears a barrier to…

Fitch Ratings reaffirms the positive credit rating of the state of Yucatan

As a result of the correct allocation of resources, as well as the efficient financial policies promoted by Governor Mauricio…