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FORMER GOVERNMENT CRIMES UNCOVERED: 1,500 bodies in 390 graves in Mexico – 35 thousand missing since 2008

MEXICO CITY – The authorities of Mexico found in 390 clandestine graves a thousand 418 human bodies and five thousand 786 remains in the period from 2009 to 2014, according to the research “Study of Violence and Terror : Findings about clandestine graves in Mexico.”   The investigation has concluded that the graves are the clearest evidence of […]

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Mexico’s AMLO DEFEATS Trump in Failed Trade War Gambit

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump walked back previous threats against Mexico after a firm position taken by Mexican president AMLO, as Trump announced late Friday that he had suspended plans to impose tariffs on Mexico. In a face-saving maneuver, he tweeted that Mexico “has agreed to take strong measures” to stem the flow of Central […]

Trump’s rhetoric on collision course with Mexico’s rise as a multipolar power

CDMX – The president of Mexico , Andrés Manuel López Obrador ( AMLO ), proposed on Thursday to his colleague from the United States, Donald Trump , in response to threats of tariffs, a path of dialogue instead of confrontation to resolve the immigration issue.   Mexican Deputy Foreign Minister Jesus Seade said that if the United States fulfills its threat to […]

The Task of the Mexican Revolutionary Left for Obrador´s New Government

By Arturo Gallegos – The “Obrador phenomenon” dominates the political discussion in Mexico for a while now, and even more since its overwhelming electoral victory. Same goes for the forces on the right, from the very fascist ones to the moderate ones, as to the revolutionary left. Critical support where possible, open criticism where necessary, […]

¡Que Viva! Social-Nationalist Obrador SWEEPS Mexico’s Presidential Election

MEXICO CITY – Anti-corruption candidate, nationalist, leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO for short) absolutely dominated the polls in Mexico’s highly contested presidential race Sunday.  His election represents a new era in Mexican politics, in a political sea change driven by half a century of voter disenfranchisement and cynicism – a rejection of the politics […]