Gilberto López y Rivas connects the dots of the “wholesale war of attrition” leveraged against Zapatista communities, from paramilitaries to AMLO’s latest statements.
The imposition of five megaprojects in southeast Mexico are the continuation of the Plan Puebla Panama. Legal appeals on the violations of Human Rights were filed August 7th.
by Yásnaya Elena A. Gil I’d like to start by making a concession: behind the implementation of the Mayan Train, one of the most promoted projects by the new Government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the best intentions lay the foundations for its execution. After centuries of abandonment in which the Mayan people have been […]
By Ramón Vera Herrera Faced with regulations and unrealistic provisions of various levels of government, the communities, peoples and individuals that refer to themselves as part of the Network in Defense of Corn, just days ago released an urgent call to respect the autonomy of the communities and peoples and to block the advances of […]
By Silvia Ribeiro Like in many other progressive governments (yes, like that without quotations, because precisely a central problem is the industrial-capitalist concept of progress) the government of Lopez Obrador in México has focused primarily on favoring industrial development, including industrial agriculture, and infrastructure projects that favor exports, like the Mayan Train and the Trans-isthmic […]