Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador
Mexican state of Oaxaca legalizes abortion

Oaxaca is the second state after the capital Mexico City to decriminalize elective abortions

Another 24 suspects released in the Ayotzinapa Case

Out of the total 142 arrested in the Ayotzinapa Case, 77 have been released and 65 remain in prison.

Feminist uprising in Mexico against patriarchal violence

The massive demonstrations were in response to several high-profile rape cases wherein the perpetrators were police officers

migrant carvan The death of a migrant and the web of policies that caused it

The tragic death of Guatemalan migrant Rudy Alonso in Mexico during his journey to the US is emblematic of the human toll of the policies of governments in the region

vzla march april61 Chavistas flood the streets of Caracas against imperialist interventions

Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro addressed the multitude, denounced Chile and Colombia as the culprits of the new attacks against the country’s electric system, and reiterated his will to negotiate to ensure peace

Indigenous women activists protest Lima Group’s meeting in Canada

The protest by the Women’s Coordinating Committee for a Free Wallmapu was among a series of demonstrations held during the meeting of the Lima Group, a platform of conservative Latin American governments, which sought to legitimize the coup attempt by Juan Guaido against Nicolas Maduro

Thousands march in Caracas in support of Bolivarian Revolution, Maduro

The massive rally, commemorating 20 years of the swearing-in of Commander Hugo Chavez as the president of Venezuela, was especially significant in the light of western media claiming that Nicolas Maduro had lost the support of the people

Zapatistas vow to continue resistance, oppose president AMLO’s ‘Mayan train’ project

On the 25th anniversary of its formation, the Zapatista National Liberation Army said president Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s project of a train connecting heritage sites was an attempt to destroy the indigenous people

Mexican president-elect promises to reopen Ayotzinapa case

The relatives of the students and their friends had appealed to Lopez Obrador to take up the matter again in order to reveal the role of politicians and security forces in the abduction and disappearance of the students.

‘Our path remains of struggle and mobilization’

Mexico’s militant teachers’ union, CNTE, sees both possibilities and challenges in Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s victory in the presidential elections

AMLO’s victory in Presidential polls opens up new possibilities for Mexico

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s decisive triumph brings to an end decades of dominance by establishment parties

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