Mexican Congress

Allan on February 1st, 2024

Welcome to my first installment of the Mexico News Report.  What is the Mexico News Report? What I propose to do is provide an English-language platform for news about Mexico, which is often ignored and misrepresented in the Mainstream Media. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published January 6th, 2024, on Mexico News […]

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Allan on March 9th, 2021

The latest installment of the Said in Spanish Series, with six items: 1. AMLO’S Proposed Guest Worker Plan 2. Mexican Detention of Central Americans 3. Guatemalan Loses Arm in Mexico 4. Remittances to Mexico 5. Mexicans in U.S. to have representation in Mexican Congress 6. Foreign Frijoles in Mexico To read the entire article, click […]

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Allan on October 10th, 2018

The Mexican election was held on July 1st, and was won by Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, also known as AMLO.   There is a five-month transition period, with AMLO scheduled to take office on December 1st. But the new Mexican Congress elected July 1st is already in power, having taken office on September 1st. For the […]

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Allan on July 24th, 2018

Elections were held on July 1st in Mexico.  Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, known by the acronym AMLO from his initials in Spanish, won the election, with a majority of the vote. Besides the presidential election, there were elections for the Mexican congress, gubernatorial elections in some states, elections for the head of the Mexico City […]

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Election Day in Mexico is July 2nd, and AMLO is dominating the polls. But what about Congress?  There is also a Mexican congressional election the same day. For the entire article, click, here. Article by Allan Wall, published June 11th, 2018, on

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There’s a presidential election campaign underway in Mexico, but recently President Pena Nieto gave a little speech defending Mexico against the supposed hostility of Trump, and he quoted these four candidates and they agreed with them. So that’s a subject they can all agree on. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by […]

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Allan on February 28th, 2018

It’s 2018, and time for another Mexican presidential election.   The candidates have already been selected by their parties, plus there are independent candidates. Also, senators and representatives of the Mexican Congress are being elected.  For the first time since the 1920s, reelection is being allowed in Congress. For the entire article, click here. Article by […]

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The latest Said in Spanish installment includes…. I. A report from Pomona, California. II. DREAMers visit Mexico. III. Mexican Speaker of the House and Mexican Illegal Aliens in the U.S. IV. Mexican Foreign Minister Visits Washington, D.C. V. A Mexican State Governor Makes a Joke. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, […]

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Allan on June 22nd, 2015

Mexico held its mid-term elections on June 7th, 2015. This election completely replaced the entire 500 seat Cámara de Diputados (Mexican equivalent of our House of Representatives) with completely new representatives.  The new representatives are to take office on September 1st. The Mexican Senate was not up for a vote in this mid-term, as all […]

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Allan on June 15th, 2015

Mexican voters went to the polls on June 7th, 2015 for mid-term elections. The entire 500 seat Cámara de Diputados (the Mexican equivalent of our House of Representatives) was up for grabs, as nobody currently in that body can be reelected. There were also elections in various states for governors, mayors and state legislatures. For […]

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