Mexicans building a feminist Internet face challenges (openDemocracy)

The Olimpia law, though it is actually a modification to an existing law on women’s right to a life free of violence, the amendment is one of few legal initiatives in Mexico with grassroots origins.

https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/democraciaabierta/mexicans-building-a-feminist-internet-face-challenges/

Tamara Pearson

Mexico’s Corrupt Governors (Shannon K. O’Neil, CFR)

Last June, Mexico elected new governors in twelve of its thirty-one states. As millions of voters went to the urns, corruption was a top concern (along with insecurity). Eight states saw the incumbent party kicked out; in four—Veracruz, Quintana Roo, Chihuahua, and Durango—the PRI lost for the first time in the party’s history.