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López Obrador Labels US State Department as ‘Liars’

The report levied allegations against Mexico of widespread torture, extrajudicial killings, human trafficking, gender violence femicide, forced disappearances and limits on freedom of expression across the country, trends that the U.S. Department of State claim are only exacerbated by the Mexican government’s impunity toward criminals and failure to properly investigate crimes

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Federal Electricity Commission Turns Off Lights in Mexico City’s Lincoln Park

PULSE NEWS MEXICO Mauricio Tabe, mayor of Mexico City’s Miguel Hidalgo municipality and member of the conservative opposition party National Action Party (PAN), denounced Mexico’s state-run Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) on Twitter early Wednesday, Nov. 30, claiming that the CFE had used false claims of outstanding bills to justify the power cut. Tabe said that all electric bills for the

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A Very Justified Fear

OPINION By ALEJANDRO ENVILA FISHER They say that fear and anger are the two most effective motivators in mobilizing a society electorally. What the people of Mexico witnessed in terms of the government’s reaction to the massive Sunday, Nov. 13, citizens’ March for Democracy was a clear demonstration of  what ended up happening with the way of reacting from the

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Mexican Government Goes after Solar Panel Energy Production

PULSE NEWS MEXICO As an extension of Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s (AMLO) controversial efforts to prioritize state-run, fossil-based fuel sources over clean alternatives, the government’s Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) announced Thursday, Nov. 10, that is would immediately begin implementing restrictions on solar panel energy production. The CRE, whose commissioners are assigned by the federal government, said in a

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