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Mexico: A Nation in Drought

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF Mexico is now facing its worst drought in over 30 years. Currently, about 85 percent of the country’s national territory is experiencing drought conditions, according to the National Water Commission (Conagua). As a result, the country’s lakes and dams are drying up, including the second-largest body of freshwater in the country, Cuitzeo Lake in

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Mexican Governors Threaten AMLO With Legal, Political Battles

By KYLIE MADRY  Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) has long been disliked by members of the opposition parties, who formed the country’s ruling class until AMLO and his National Regeneration Movement (Morena) took power. That distaste is turning into open revolt, as the president faces threats from the rightwing National Anti-AMLO Front (Frena), the newly formed Sí por

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Federalist Alliance Threatens Secession from Mexico

By RICARDO CASTILLO In 10 separate gatherings of the so-called Federalist Alliance, the governors of as many Mexican states held meetings to demand that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) not drastically cut their income in the 2021 national budget. They also protested against the recent elimination of 109 federally funded trusts that sprinkled money into their states. In tandem,

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