Disagreement Between the Mexican State and the Indigenous Peoples: 26 years

by Magdalena Gómez To recount, as a backdrop: February 16th of 1996 in  San Andrés Sakamch’en, Chiapas, a document that was called the Accords of San Andrés on Indigenous Rights and Culture, was signed by the delegation of the Mexican federal government as well as the Zapatista Army of National Liberation. Its contents expressed the commitment to push a constitutional reform that would recognize and guarantee indigenous rights.  The document was the result of the first roundtable, which in the end turned out to be the only one, and it was developed in the framework of the process established in …

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Right and the New Left

Marcos Roitman asserts not only that the left has lost its way, but is mired in dogmatism and sectarianissm as the right takes full advantage of the climate of crisis.

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