With Argentina’s help, Mexico starts a search for the disappeared

The Mexican government has just assumed something that thousands of Mexicans have known and suffered for a long time: their territory became “a huge clandestine grave. This is how crude the administration of Andrés Manuel López Obrador recognized it this week when it launched a program to search for and identify the 40,000 disappeared who…

Republicanism: The true Bolivarian Venezuela

The situation that Venezuela is experiencing gives us to think how the evils of yesteryear are reborn in history as if humanity did not learn anything from them. In this context, it is a voice of alert that has settled the vision of legitimizing the government of Nicolás Maduro, relativizing the constitutional letter, advocating democracy…

Israel and the rise of fascism

In recent years, the advance of far-right forces has been a concern for a left unable to understand itself outside the framework imposed by capitalism. No way of life other than the consumer tied to his unpayable debt, no utopian dreams about a world that does not correspond to the status quo. But the rise…

Mexico and Spain, two sides of Venezuela’s crisis

AMLO says he will follow the principle of nonintervention and that he will advocate for a peaceful solution; Sanchez indicates that the position of Spain is not to remove and put governments but to guarantee fair elections. The presidents of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, and the government of Spain, Pedro Sánchez, showed their differences…

Mexican President rates “Fitch Ratings” as hypocrites

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador described Wednesday as “very hypocritical” the reduction of the rating agency Fitch Ratings on Pemex’s debt. “It is very hypocritical what these organizations do, that they allowed looting, that they endorsed the so-called energy reform, that they knew that foreign investment did not come (to Mexico), that investment in Pemex…

Mexico moves in the opposite direction to world neo-fascism: David Harvey

Harvey pointed out that Mexico is moving in a direction radically opposed to the neo-fascism of many countries in Europe and to the madness that exists in the United States, said the English theorist at the UNAM, in the framework of the conference entitled “What is neoliberalism and how to defeat him?” David Harvey pointed…

Hollywood only uses Yalitza, says academic of the UNAM

Yalitza Aparicio, the protagonist of Rome, has gone from leading a modest life to gain fame worldwide, so many questions whether that is an advance towards diversity or we are facing a product more Hollywood. Since the film of Alfonso Cuarón was released, Yalitza -from a humble family in Oaxaca- is living a dream that…

Trump, a shoe stone on AMLO’s anti-drug policy

A power factor that the Mexican president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, will have to deal with in the heterodox strategy he plans to implement to combat violence and drug trafficking is the government headed by President Donald Trump in the United States. Not only because the US president conceives the fight against drugs as a…

Mexico 1968, today’s political legacy

[Politics]: The revocation of the mandate of the executive positions of the entire State must be a new means to resolve political conflicts that frequently occur. The right to choose must be accompanied by the right to revoke mandates

Mexican peso adds 9 weeks with gains, the longest streak in 20 years!

In the last nine weeks, the Mexican currency accumulated an advance of 7.43 per cent, a situation that places it as the best performing among the most globally traded.The second and third positions were for the Japanese yen and the pound sterling, with appreciations of 3.58 and 3.47 per cent, in each case. The main driver of the recovery of the Mexican currency in the day was the weakness of the dollar in the international market, within a context of lack of economic news.