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Is a Woman President ‘Macho’ Enough for Mexico?

In less than nine months, Mexicans will go to the polls to elect a new president, and already the tantalizing question has set social media here all abuzz: Is Mexico ready to elect a woman?
México | Tuesday November 15th, 2011

Mexico election signals return of Vallejo's PRI
Associated Press

Party that held power in Mexico for seven decades hails key state election victory over Luisa Maria Calderón, sister of the president
México | Tuesday November 15th, 2011

Mexico's not so green Green Party
Ioan Grillo

Critics accuse leaders of corruption, lavish lifestyles. While green parties around the world are known for alternative ethical politics in favor of the environment, Mexico's own green party has gained a rather different reputation.
México | Thursday November 10th, 2011

Mexican president's sister offers party hope in vote
Dave Graham

Mexico's embattled ruling conservatives will enter the 2012 election year with renewed hope if the president's older sister can pull of an unprecedented win in a state ballot on Sunday.
México | Wednesday November 9th, 2011

Mexico City debates two-year marriage licence
Al Jazeera

Call for two-year marriage licence to be introduced in capital to deal with high divorce rate causes controversy.
México | Monday October 17th, 2011

Never Mind the Drug War, It's All About Jobs -Says Mexican Presidential Contender

The focus of relations between Mexico and the United States should shift from crime-fighting and border security to economic development and job creation, Mexican presidential hopeful Andrés Manuel López Obrador said here Tuesday.
México | Wednesday October 12th, 2011

Mexican senate approves per second billing system

Mexican senate approves per second billing system. Considering that Mexico currently has over 90 million active mobile lines, mobile users in Mexico pay an overall MXN 55 billion (approximately USD 4 billion) for rounded up calls per year.
México | Friday October 7th, 2011

American marijuana growers could beat this war on drugs
Douglas Haddow

Clandestine grow-ops sown by industrial Americans could damage drug cartels more effectively than the US military. After four decades of bloodstains and milked budgets, only one thing is certain: no matter how hard you fight, the market always wins. It is no longer tenable to describe this war on drugs as a failure.
International | Thursday October 6th, 2011

The lawless roads

How half of Mexico ended up without driving tests
México | Thursday October 6th, 2011

Mexico Leans to the Right on Abortion

A recent ruling by Mexico’s supreme court on right-to-life amendments in two northern states has pro-choice supporters fearful of a dangerous precedent that could fly beneath the radar of the country’s upcoming presidential elections.
México | Tuesday October 4th, 2011

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