|More Mexicans Are Dying in Their Attempts to Reach the U.S.|
More Mexican nationals are dying along the U.S.-Mexico border between the San Diego and Tijuana regions in their attempt to enter the U.S. than in previous years, according to new data from the Mexican Consulate in San Diego.
|Pact Protecting Environmentalists Suffers Threats in Mexico|
Inter Press Service
Environmentalists face serious threats in Mexico, where the Escazú Agreement, which since 2021 provides guarantees to these activists in Latin American countries, has not been applied.
|Thousands March in Mexico Against President’s Electoral Reform|
Tens of thousands of people packed the Mexican capital’s main boulevard Sunday to protest President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s proposal to overhaul the country’s electoral authority in the largest demonstration against one of the president’s efforts during his time in office.
|Prospects Are Good for the Peso in 2023, Barclays Reports|
Mexico News Daily
The British bank Barclays has offered a rosy forecast for the Mexican peso, presenting an outlook that differs sharply with that put forward by Moody’s Analytics earlier this month.
|Migrant Groups Demand the Resignation of Jalisco Governor Due to Violence|
The overflow of violence in Jalisco motivated associations of Mexican migrants in the United States to join the demand for the resignation of Jalisco’s Governor Enrique Alfaro, as well as the mayor of Guadalajara, Pablo Lemus.
|Tourist Influx Raises Fears for Mexico’s Wine Heartland|
Agence France Presse
When Pau Pijoan began winemaking in Mexico’s Guadalupe Valley it was home to little more than a dozen producers. Two decades later, he fears it is becoming a victim of its own success.
|Trans Children’s Day: The Long Road to Guarantee Their Rights in Mexico|
Although equal marriage already exists throughout the country, changes still need to be made in reforms for LGBT+ rights.
|Mexico to Allow U.S. Airlines to Serve Domestic Flights, What This Means for Travelers|
Travel Off Path
During a recent speech, Mexico’s president Andrés Manuel López Obrador declared that his government wants to allow foreign airlines to serve domestic flights in Mexico.
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