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News about the struggle for better democracy in Mexico. According to Freedom House, Mexico is an electoral democracy and even notes that the Federal Electoral Institute which supervises elections has come to be viewed as a model for other countries. Also check out our section on World Democracy and the Americas.
New book profiles Ramsey Muñiz’s endurance of close to three decades imprisonment including five years in solitary confinement, as a deeply spiritual man who hasn’t lost his sense of justice.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s interest in studying human rights around world led to meeting with relatives of 43 students who disappeared in Mexico in 2014.
Mexico vows to better protect threatened journalists, the day after a sports reporter became the latest in a long list of media workers to be murdered.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Sunday the state had in the past been the main violator of human rights in the country.
Mexican journalist, Santiago Barroso who covered crime and drug gangs in northern Sonora state was gunned down at point-blank range late Friday night.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s have combined a compulsive shedding of presidential trappings with a dizzying array of policy initiatives.
Mexico’s president on Monday denounced racism in his country a day after ‘Roma’ Oscar wins with a plot that highlighted prejudice and inequality.
The ruling confirmed a June 2018 verdict from a lower court that determined that Aristegui and her team had not breached contract.
Mexican radio journalist shot dead in Tabasco state on Saturday, marking second killing of a journalist this year as country grapples with record violence.