(2023-09-08). México: Claudia Sheinbaum Wins Ruling MORENA Party's Internal Elections, On Track to Become Presidential Candidate. orinocotribune.com Claudia Sheinbaum has won the internal elections of México's ruling party, the National Regeneration Movement (MORENA), to become the new national coordinator of the defense committees of the Fourth Transformation; a position that, almost by default, makes her the ruling party's candidate for the upcoming 2024 presidential election. | Sheinbaum, former head of government of Mexico City, will now be the leader of the party founded by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), following her winning of the internal elections this Thursday, September 7. | "On analyzing the polls, we can declare that Claudia Sheinb…
(2023-09-09). Mexico likely to have first female president. america.cgtn.com Mexico's top political parties this week named their candidates for the 2024 presidential election. | Both candidates are engineers and have political experience. And for the first time ever, both front-runners to become Mexico's next president are women. | CGTN's Franc Contreras reports.
(2023-09-09). AMLO's Mexico: Fourth Transformation? internationalviewpoint.org "AMLO is almost done and there has been no Fourth Transformation. AMLO failed to deal with Covid, to stop the drug violence, and to really lift up the poor, at the same time that he's undermined democracy and militarized society." | – | / |
(2023-09-08). AMLO's Mexico: Fourth Transformation? internationalviewpoint.org "AMLO is almost done and there has been no Fourth Transformation. AMLO failed to deal with Covid, to stop the drug violence, and to really lift up the poor, at the same time that he's undermined democracy and militarized society." | – | / |
(2023-09-08). Mexico Decriminalizes Abortion in Major Step Forward for Reproductive Rights in Latin America. democracynow.org In a unanimous decision, Mexico's Supreme Court issued a historic ruling Wednesday decriminalizing abortion on the federal level. While laws banning the procedure are still in place in a majority of Mexican states, people in those states can now receive abortions at federal medical facilities run the country's public health system, and states will be barred from penalizing those patients and providers. The ruling is part of a wave of reproductive rights wins in the region, as Mexico now joins Argentina and Colombia in decriminalizing or legalizing abortion since 2020. "Latin America is actually…
(2023-09-08). Presidente mexicano cede bastón de mando a candidata de Morena. telesurtv.net López Obrador y Claudia Sheinbaum fueron acompañados por titulares de distintas dependencias del gabinete federal y por gobernadores de Morena.
(2023-09-09). Descubren edificaciones en zona arqueológica de Kabah, México. telesurtv.net Kabah fue fundada entre los años 250 y 500 de nuestra era, por migrantes de la región del Petén guatemalteco o beliceño.
(2023-09-09). Tribunal autoriza a Texas a mantener barreras en Río Grande. telesurtv.net Las barreras, colocadas en un lugar concurrido por cruces irregulares cerca de Eagle Pass, Texas, han provocado las protestas de las autoridades de México.
(2023-09-09). México y Colombia por solución global al problema de las drogas. telesurtv.net Este encuentro, cuya iniciativa fue impulsada por los gobiernos de Colombia y México, entre otros, busca abordar el tema de las drogas desde una perspectiva regional e integral.
(2023-09-09). Presidente de México inicia visita oficial a Colombia. telesurtv.net El presidente Gustavo Petro se dirigió a la ciudad de Cali y allí recibió a su homólogo López Obrador.
(2023-09-08). Mexico's Supreme Court decriminalizes abortion nationally in landmark ruling. peoplesdispatch.org The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the sections of the Federal Penal Code that criminalize women, pregnant persons, and healthcare professionals for abortion are unconstitutional, thereby decriminalizing abortion at the national level…
(2023-09-08). Federal Report Finds Tribal Burial, Cultural Sites "Blasted" for Border Wall. truthout.org A federal report released by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) on Thursday found that the barriers constructed along the U.S.-Mexico border during the Trump administration adversely impacted wildlife, the environment and Indigenous cultural sites. The report details the ways in which the 458-mile border barrier that was built from 2017 to January 2021 had a detrimental impact on… |
(2023-09-09). Gov. Abbott Warns Biden of 'More Buses' of Migrants Amid Mulled 'Remain-In-Texas Policy'. sputnikglobe.com In response to the Biden administration's weak border policies, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has been bussing illegal immigrants to so-called Democratic sanctuary cities since 2022. Recent reports of a so-called remain-in-Texas policy being mulled by Joe Biden triggered a fresh outburst of frustration from the Lone Star State governor.
(2023-09-09). Help Support Anti-Authoritarian Efforts In Solidarity with Migrants in Chicago. itsgoingdown.org Announcing solidarity efforts in so-called Chicago to support migrants "becoming co-organizers within anti-oppression frameworks." We are a small group of Brown and Indigenous anti-authoritarians working with Tenants United in "Chicago" to support global south migrants who've been entering Chicago in rising numbers. The manufactured scarcity, statecraft, ruling class depredations, and arbitrary borders are turning Chicago…
(2023-09-09). Mujeres migrantes: el silencio de la precariedad y los abusos. indybay.org
(2023-09-08). FL's Anti-Immigration Law Could Slow Recovery Efforts After Hurricane Idalia. truthout.org Recovery and rebuilding efforts in the state of Florida following the damage wrought by Hurricane Idalia late last month will be impacted and possibly delayed because of an anti-immigrant law signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) earlier this year that will reduce the number of people working on recovery efforts by thousands. Senate Bill 1718, which DeSantis signed in May, went into effect on July 1. |
(2023-09-08). Grand Rapids, MI: Protest demands justice for Patrick Lyoya. fightbacknews.org Grand Rapids, MI – On the morning of Wednesday, September 6, cries demanding justice for the murder of Patrick Lyoya resounded from the steps of the State of Michigan Building. There, a three judge Court of Appeals hearing for the ex-police officer, Christopher Schurr, was taking place. Schurr killed the 26-year-old Congolese immigrant Lyoya with a point blank shot to the back of the head during a traffic stop in April of 2022. | Demonstrators congregated outside the building despite a steady rainfall in order to show support for the Lyoya family, who were in attendance at the hearing. The parents of Patrick Lyo…
(2023-09-08). Mujeres migrantes: el silencio de la precariedad y los abusos. indybay.org