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Pictures of the year: Religion
  + stars: | 2020-12-02 | by ( Canice Leung | ) sentiment -0.97   time to read: 1 min
Faithful take part in a mass in the Parish of Saints Cosmas and Damian, where statues and paintings of female saints and imagery have been covered with purple cloth in protest against gender violence, in Mexico City, Mexico March 3, 2020. Although it...moreFaithful take part in a mass in the Parish of Saints Cosmas and Damian, where statues and paintings of female saints and imagery have been covered with purple cloth in protest against gender violence, in Mexico City, Mexico March 3, 2020. Although it is common for Catholic churches to cover sacred images in purple for the period of Lent, the Parish of Saints Cosmas and Damian took it further by only covering their female figures. REUTERS/Edgard GarridoClose
Persons: Saints Cosmas, Damian, Lent, Edgard Garrido Organizations: Saints Locations: Parish, Mexico City, Mexico
Fed's Evans says economy 'screams out' for more fiscal help
  + stars: | 2020-12-01 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Evans speaks during the Global Interdependence Center Members Delegation Event in Mexico City, Mexico, February 27, 2020. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido(Reuters) - The U.S. central bank is already doing “quite a lot” to boost the economy and has little scope to do much more, Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Evans said on Tuesday, calling again for more fiscal help from the U.S. Congress. “This is a real economic downturn, it’s a public health safety crisis, and so that screams out for remedies other than monetary policy,” Evans said in an interview aired Tuesday on CNN International. “There are very useful arguments that much of the country could stand to have additional relief during the current increased virus spread and the risks that the economy faces.”
Persons: Charles Evans, Edgard Garrido, ” Evans, Organizations: Chicago Federal Reserve Bank, REUTERS, Reuters, U.S . Congress, CNN International Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, U.S
Mexican dairy company Grupo Lala says ending Costa Rica operations
  + stars: | 2020-12-01 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.98   time to read: 1 min
FILEDairy products of Mexican Grupo LALA are pictured at a store in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, June 19, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis GonzalezMEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican dairy company Grupo Lala will end operations in Costa Rica as it aims to refocus on key markets, the firm said in a statement on Tuesday. The closure effective on December 11 will accrue a $3 million benefit in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) for Lala’s Central American business, the statement added.
Persons: Mexican Grupo LALA, Jose Luis Gonzalez Organizations: Mexican Grupo, REUTERS, Jose Luis Gonzalez MEXICO CITY, Lala, Lala’s Central Locations: Mexican, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Costa Rica
Pro-abortion activist Lupita Ruiz poses for a photo during an interview with Reuters, in Mexico City, Mexico November 11, 2020. Catalina Martinez, director for Latin America and the Caribbean at the Center for Reproductive Rights, a legal advocacy organization, said Argentina’s example inspired protests across Latin America. Outrage at worsening gender violence in Latin America, where the number of femicides has doubled in five years, has also spread awareness of the abortion rights movement and fueled demands for recognition of women’s rights in a conservative, male-dominated society. As in the United States, where conservatives have made gains in restricting a woman’s right to an abortion, there is pushback in Latin America against the calls for greater liberalization. To Briceno, Brazil’s shift to the right under Bolsonaro, who has vowed to veto any pro-abortion bills, was a reminder to push even harder for abortion rights.
Persons: Lupita Ruiz, Toya Sarno Jordan, Ruiz, , , Pope Francis’s, Catalina Martinez, Catalina Calderon, Calderon, ” Calderon, Jair Bolsonaro, Pope, Alberto Fernandez, ” Fernandez, Mexico’s, Wendy Briceno, Anita Pena, Bolsonaro Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Reuters, REUTERS, El, Catholic, Center for Reproductive Rights, Equality, Argentine Episcopal Conference, Catholic Church, Guttmacher Institute, Corporacion Miles Locations: MEXICO, BUENOS AIRES, Chiapas, Mexico, Mexico City, America, El Salvador, Brazil, Uruguay, Cuba, Argentine, Caribbean, Latin America, United States, Argentina, U.S, Sonora, Oaxaca, Sonoran, Chile, Colombia, Chilean
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico’s finance ministry on Monday announced a second package of 29 infrastructure investments assembled between the government and the private sector worth some 228 billion pesos ($11.4 billion), aimed at lifting the nation’s ailing economy. FILE PHOTO: A view of Mexico city?s skyline during a sunset October 17, 2011. Reuters reported last week that the investments would be in the region of $10 billion. The proposed plant is one of the biggest privately funded energy projects in Mexico. The central bank and private economists forecast a longer recovery to pre-pandemic levels for the economy.
Persons: Carlos Jasso, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Arturo Hererra, Sempra, Carlos Salazar, ” Lopez Obrador Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Monday, REUTERS, Reuters, Finance, Mexico’s Business Coordinating Locations: MEXICO, Mexico, Ensenada
Mexico seeking extradition of former security chief from U.S.: newspaper
  + stars: | 2020-11-29 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg/File PhotoMEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico’s attorney general is seeking the extradition from the United States of a former security minister wanted on corruption charges, but only after his U.S. trial is concluded, a local newspaper reported on Sunday. Reuters could not independently confirm the report by Milenio, which cited officials with the attorney general’s office. Garcia Luna pled not guilty last month to U.S. charges stemming from a multimillion-dollar bribery scheme allegedly designed to boost the Sinaloa cartel once headed by jailed drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. Garcia Luna is accused of taking suitcases of cash from the cartel to ensure safe passage for its drugs as well as passing on information about its rivals. Citing sources, Milenio said Garcia Luna would be tried in the United States before being extradited to Mexico.
Persons: Genaro Garcia Luna, Robert Levy, Jane Rosenberg, Garcia Luna, Joaquin “ El Chapo ” Guzman, Milenio Organizations: REUTERS, MEXICO CITY, Milenio Locations: Mexican, Brooklyn, New York, U.S, United States, Mexico, Sinaloa, Dallas
Mexico issues warrant for ex-security chief accused of aiding cartel
  + stars: | 2020-11-29 | by ( Lizbeth Diaz | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg/File PhotoEx-Security Minister Genaro Garcia Luna pled not guilty last month to U.S. charges involving a multimillion-dollar bribery scheme allegedly designed to boost the Sinaloa cartel once headed by jailed drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. The new arrest warrant was issued on Friday and resulted from a charge of illegal enrichment in Mexico, according to an official with the attorney general’s office. “We already have an arrest warrant against Garcia Luna and we’re studying the viability of requesting and starting his extradition process,” the official said. Milenio newspaper reported earlier on Sunday that an extradition request would follow the conclusion of the former minister’s trial in the United States. Garcia Luna is accused of taking suitcases of cash from the Sinaloa cartel to ensure safe passage for its drugs as well as passing on information about its rivals.
Persons: Genaro Garcia Luna, Robert Levy, Jane Rosenberg, Joaquin “ El Chapo ” Guzman, Garcia Luna’s, , Garcia Luna, we’re Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Reuters, REUTERS, Security Locations: MEXICO, Mexico, United States, Mexican, Brooklyn, New York, U.S, Sinaloa, Dallas
BUENOS AIRES — Argentine justice officials are investigating the death of soccer star Diego Maradona and ordered the search of properties of his personal doctor on Sunday, a local prosecutor’s office said. The search order was requested by prosecutors in the affluent Buenos Aires suburb San Isidro and signed by a local judge, according to a statement issued by the prosecutor’s office. “By virtue of the evidence that was collected, it was considered necessary to request searches at the home and office of doctor Leopoldo Luque,” the prosecutor’s office said in the statement. The prosecutor’s office provided no information on what prompted the investigation. While collecting goals and trophies on the field, Maradona spent most of his life battling drug addictions, alcohol abuse, weight issues and other health problems throughout the 1990s.
Persons: Diego Maradona, Maradona, , Leopoldo Luque, Matias Moria, ” Matias, Claudia Villafañe, Jana, Diego Fernando, Diego Sinagra Organizations: BUENOS AIRES, San, Casa, England, NBC, Argentinos Juniors, Boca Juniors, FC Barcelona, Napoli FC, Sevilla FC, Newell's Locations: BUENOS, Argentine, Buenos Aires, San Isidro, Argentina, Mexico City
The demonstration and the meeting were rare events in the communist-run island where dissent is not tolerated. At the end officials agreed to review the case of the jailed rapper and to hold future talks over their complaints on freedom of expression. Authorities said the expulsion was necessary because one of the 14 members had recently arrived from Mexico and had not quarantined appropriately. The group was protesting the imprisonment of one of their members, rapper Denis Solis. Only one of the 14 members of the original group was present at the protest Friday night.
Persons: , Michel Matos, , , Tania Bruguera, Jorge Perugurría, Denis Solis, Luis Manuel Alcántara, Maykel Castillo Pérez, Matos, Alcántara, Castillo, ” Michel, Iliana, Hernández, Omara Uquiola, Orlando Matos, Roberto Leon, Carmen Sesin Organizations: Ministry of Culture, San Isidro Movement, Authorities, Cuban, Amnesty, Human Rights Watch, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: HAVANA, Cuba, Havana, Mexico, United States, Cuban, Madrid, Mexico City, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Miami
Pope's new cardinal in Mexico known for indigenous outreach
  + stars: | 2020-11-28 | by ( David Alire Garcia | ) + 0.97   time to read: +2 min
Slideshow ( 3 images )MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Among the new cardinals formally installed by Pope Francis on Saturday is an outspoken Mexican cleric who has spent decades ministering to the mostly poor, indigenous communities near the country’s southern border with Guatemala. The 80-year-old Arizmendi, author of more than 30 books and a regular newspaper columnist, is just past the cut-off age to be able to vote in future papal conclaves, where new popes are elected. Over the past decade, he has also railed against what he described as the spread of “homosexualism” from cities to rural areas. The most high-profile new cardinal is Wilton Gregory, the 72-year-old archbishop of Washington D.C. and first-ever African American selected. While Europe still has the largest share of cardinals under the age of 80 with 41%, that is down from 52% in 2013 when Francis became the first Latin American pope.
Persons: Pope Francis, Felipe Arizmendi, Arizmendi, bemoaned, Wilton Gregory, Francis Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Catholic, Zapatista National Liberation Army, Central, Washington D.C Locations: MEXICO, Guatemala, Chiapas, Mexico, United States, Rwanda, Asia’s Brunei, Europe, Washington
Over 700 gang members in Central America arrested in U.S.-assisted actions
  + stars: | 2020-11-28 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.88   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: Police officers paint off a graffiti related to the MS-13 gang at La Vega neighborhood in San Salvador, El Salvador, September 26, 2017. “The U.S. Department of Justice and our law enforcement partners in Central America are committed to continued collaboration in locating and arresting gang members and associates engaged in transnational crimes,” said U.S. Attorney General William Barr, according to the statement. Prosecutors in El Salvador this week filed criminal charges against 1,152 members of organized crime groups in the country, primarily MS-13 and 18th Street gangs, the statement said. In Guatemala, authorities executed 80 search warrants, arrested 40 individuals and served 29 arrest warrants against people already in custody, all of whom are members of the 18th Street gang and MS-13, the DOJ said. In Honduras, the one-week joint operation resulted in the arrest of over 75 MS-13 and 18th Street gang members and five police officers and the execution of over 10 search warrants.
Persons: Jose Cabezas, , , William Barr, Donald Trump Organizations: Police, REUTERS, Jose Cabezas MEXICO CITY, U.S . Department of Justice, DOJ, U.S, Prosecutors Locations: La Vega, San Salvador , El Salvador, Jose, Jose Cabezas MEXICO, Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, U.S, Central America, El Salvador, Mexico, United States
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico will introduce fuel and sales tax breaks along the country’s southern border and extend a program of similar benefits through the end of 2024 along the northern border, officials said on Friday, in a bid to boost local economies. Reporting by Raul Cortes Fernandez; Editing by David Alire Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Raul Cortes Fernandez, David Alire Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Thomson Locations: MEXICO, Mexico
Diego Maradona was perhaps the greatest player ever to kick a soccer ball. "He transcended the sport," Jon Smith, a leading British sports agent who represented Maradona between 1986 and 1991, told NBC News. Maradona was buried Thursday having spent the day lying in state at the Casa Rosada, Argentina's presidential palace. Diego Maradona holds up the 1986 World Cup trophy after beating West Germany 3-2 in the final at the Atzeca Stadium in Mexico City. Mourners outside the Diego Armando Maradona stadium, in Buenos Aires, on Wednesday.
Persons: Diego Maradona, Brazilian Pele, Argentine Lionel Messi, Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo, Maradona, Jon Smith, Diego, Pope Francis, Argentina —, Eduardo P, Archetti, Carlo Fumagalli, Venezuela's Hugo Chavez, Fidel Castro of, Che Guevara, , Tim Vickery, We're, Diego Armando Maradona, Martin Villar, I'm, Smith, Ferraris Organizations: Argentine, NBC, Casa, Boca Juniors, England, United, West Germany, South, Reuters, Maradona, Camorra Locations: Brazilian, Buenos Aires, British, Argentine, Argentina, American, United Kingdom, Mexico City, Falkland Islands, Islas, Fidel Castro of Cuba, England, Naples, La Bombonera
Maradona and the Match England Never Got Over
  + stars: | 2020-11-27 | by ( Joshua Robinson | ) + 0.66   time to read: 1 min
Anyone who ever thought Diego Maradona would apologize didn’t understand Diego Maradona. But that didn’t stop England from waiting 34 years for one of the greatest soccer players in history to say “sorry.’’ Even after Maradona’s death on Wednesday, much of the country still wasn’t over what happened on a hot afternoon in Mexico City in 1986—the incident known simply as the Hand of God.
Persons: Diego Maradona, Locations: England, Mexico City
Exclusive: Second Mexico investment plan worth up to $10 billion - sources
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Dave Graham | ) sentiment -0.98   time to read: +2 min
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The second package of infrastructure investments assembled between the Mexican government and the private sector is worth up to about 200 billion pesos ($10 billion), according to two people familiar with the matter. Lopez Obrador said on Nov. 6 the next bundle of private sector-backed investments would soon be unveiled. The planned investments should be worth in the region of 170-200 billion pesos, though details are still being finalized, the two sources said. A third private sector investment package could be ready by early February, one of the sources said. Lopez Obrador has veered between condemning business interests as a corollary of political corruption, and underlining private investment’s importance to economic growth.
Persons: Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Lopez Obrador, Carlos Salazar, Sempra Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Mexico’s Business Coordinating, Infraestructura, SAB Locations: MEXICO, Mexico, U.S, Ensenada
Mexico Confirms Its Economy Rebounded in Third Quarter
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Anthony Harrup | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
MEXICO CITY—Mexico’s economy bounced back in the third quarter, led by increases in industrial output as business reopened from shutdowns to slow the spread of the coronavirus, but activity remained well below its year-earlier level, revised data show. Gross domestic product, a measure of output in goods and services, expanded a seasonally adjusted 12.1% in the July-September period following a record 17% contraction in the second quarter, the National Statistics Institute said Thursday.
Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Gross, National Statistics Institute Locations: MEXICO, shutdowns
MEXICO CITY—Mexican security forces captured the alleged mastermind of a 2019 massacre that killed nine members of a breakaway Mexican-American Mormon community, an attack that shocked the U.S. and Mexico and strained bilateral relations. The suspect was identified by a senior Mexican official as Roberto González, who is known as “The 32” and is considered one of the chieftains of Mexican gang La Línea. Mexican authorities said the suspect was arrested this week with two other members of his gang in the northern state of Chihuahua....
Persons: Roberto González Organizations: MEXICO CITY Locations: MEXICO, Mexican, U.S, Mexico, Chihuahua, .
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico City has launched a test-and-trace approach to containing the coronavirus, after a rise in hospitalizations that has raised fears of a new economic lockdown in one of the world’s largest urban centers. Mexico City is proposing to double the number of daily coronavirus tests to 10,000 by adding rapid testing at pop-up sites in highly populated areas, health centers and at sports stadiums including the legendary Azteca Stadium. “The to break the chain of contagion by identifying and isolating positive cases early,” the Mexico City Health Department said in a statement to Reuters, adding that the testing would continue until the infection curve was flattened. Luis Alvarez, a 54-year-old Mexico City resident, said he thought the program made sense. Across Mexico, the novel coronavirus has infected over a million people and killed nearly 103,000, according to health secretary data.
Persons: Claudia Sheinbaum, Luis Alvarez, It’s, , Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, , ” Lopez Obrador, Sheinbaum Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Mexico City, Mexico City’s, Azteca Stadium, Mexico City Health Department Locations: MEXICO, Mexico, hospitalizations, Mexico City, Mexican
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico captured a gang leader accused of being the mastermind behind the massacre of nine women and children of U.S.-Mexican origin, authorities confirmed on Wednesday, a move that Washington hailed as a victory for bilateral cooperation. The multi-year investigation and case against the four-star general was dropped last week in a bombshell decision that U.S. prosecutors said was necessary to assure bilateral security cooperation. Ambassador to Mexico Christopher Landau congratulated Mexican security forces for the new arrests. Reuters reported last week that Mexico had committed to the arrest of a high-level cartel leader under a deal to drop U.S. the drug trafficking charges against Cienfuegos. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and the U.S. Department of Justice have denied a deal.
Persons: Roberto Gonzalez, general’s, Gonzalez, , “ There’s, Adrian LeBaron, Donald Trump, Salvador Cienfuegos, Mexico Christopher Landau, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Washington, Defense, U.S, Twitter, Reuters, U.S . Department of Justice Locations: MEXICO, Mexico, U.S, Sonora, United States, Chihuahua, Los Angeles, Mexican, Cienfuegos
Diego Maradona: Naples mourns one of the greatest players of all-time
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Ben Church | ) + 0.00   time to read: +10 min
Photos: Soccer legend Diego Maradona Diego Maradona is carried around the field after leading Argentina to victory in the 1986 World Cup final. Hide Caption 3 of 27 Photos: Soccer legend Diego Maradona Maradona sits at his home in Buenos Aires in 1980. Hide Caption 5 of 27 Photos: Soccer legend Diego Maradona Maradona, playing for Barcelona, dribbles past Manchester United players in 1984. Hide Caption 9 of 27 Photos: Soccer legend Diego Maradona Maradona and Pelé hold "Sports Oscar" trophies in 1987. Hide Caption 11 of 27 Photos: Soccer legend Diego Maradona Maradona holds his daughters Dalma and Giannina in 1989.
Persons: Diego Maradona, Aurelio De Laurentiis, Paolo, Maradona, Jon Smith, CNN's, Smith, Diego, James Horncastle, Diego Maradona Diego Maradona, Diego Maradona Maradona, Claudia Villafañe, Peter Shilton, Pelé, Oscar, Dalma, Claudia, Giannina, Claudio Caniggia, Fidel Castro, Lionel Messi, Pope Francis, Alberto Fernandez, Diego Maradona Maradona's, Fabio Cannavaro, Daniele Bellini, Bellini Organizations: CNN, club Napoli's Stadio, Paolo, Serie A, Napoli, Rijeka, UEFA Europa League, Serie, San, The Athletic, CNN Sport, Argentina, West Germany, Azteca, Argentinos Juniors, Argentina's, Buenos Aires, Boca Juniors, Barcelona, Manchester United, England, West, Boca, Cuban, Cannes Film, Casa, Argentine, Gimnasia y Esgrima, Maradona Locations: Italian, Napoli, Italy, Argentine, Naples, Horncastle, Argentina, Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Buenos, Spanish, dribbles, West Germany, Europe, Havana, Cuba, France, South Africa, Germany, St . Petersburg, Russia, San Justo
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Mexico central bank sees economy falling 8.7% to 9.3% in 2020
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.98   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: The logo of Mexico's Central Bank (Banco de Mexico) is seen at its building in downtown Mexico City, Mexico February 28, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel BecerrilMEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico’s central bank on Wednesday said economic growth could shrink between 8.7% and 9.3% in 2020 and grow between 0.6% and 5.3% next year, depending on the path Latin America’s second largest economy takes as it faces the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
Persons: Daniel Becerril Organizations: Mexico's Central Bank, Banco, REUTERS, Daniel Becerril MEXICO CITY Locations: Banco de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico, Daniel Becerril MEXICO
Mexico central bank takes gloomier view of economy in 2021
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) + 0.64   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: The logo of Mexico's Central Bank (Banco de Mexico) is seen at its building in downtown Mexico City, Mexico February 28, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel BecerrilThe Bank of Mexico, known as Banxico, said the economy could grow between 0.6% and 5.3% next year, after shrinking between 8.7% and 9.3% in 2020. It also provided a single central baseline scenario of an 8.9% contraction this year, 3.3% growth in 2021 and a 2.6% expansion in 2022. In its previous quarterly report Banxico saw the economy expanding between 1.3% and 5.6% in 2021, and contracting between 8.8% and 12.8% this year. On consumer prices, Banxico forecast annual headline inflation at 3.6% in the fourth quarter this year and at 3.3% in the fourth quarter 2021.
Persons: Daniel Becerril, , Banxico Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Mexico's Central Bank, Banco, REUTERS, Bank of Locations: MEXICO, Banco de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico, Bank of Mexico
Journalist killings in Mexico worst in a decade, government says
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.98   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: Mexico's undersecretary of Human Rights Alejandro Encinas Rodriguez speaks next to Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (not pictured) during a news conference at the National Palace in Mexico City, Mexico August 30, 2019. Alejandro Encinas, deputy interior minister responsible for human rights, said there had been 138 homicides of journalists since 2010, 38 of them since President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador took office on Dec. 1, 2018. Mexico is often ranked one of most dangerous countries for journalists to work in, and Lopez Obrador took power vowing to bring down violence and step up protections for media workers. However, murders of journalists have risen in tandem with record levels of homicides in Mexico as a whole, much of it fueled by rampant violence among feuding drug cartels. The most dangerous states for journalists since Lopez Obrador took office have been Sonora, Guerrero, Veracruz and Michoacan, according to the government’s figures.
Persons: Alejandro Encinas Rodriguez, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Henry Romero MEXICO, Alejandro Encinas, ” Encinas, Encinas, Lopez Obrador Organizations: Human, REUTERS, Henry Romero MEXICO CITY, Committee, Protection, Journalists Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, Sonora, Guerrero, Veracruz, Michoacan
Mexico's president again declines to congratulate Biden on election win
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.97   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador takes part in the virtual meeting of the Group of 20 (G20) summit, November 22, 2020. Mexico's Presidency/Handout via REUTERSMEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Wednesday again declined to congratulate Joe Biden for winning the U.S. presidential election, reiterating that once the process is finished in the United states he will make a pronouncement. Lopez Obrador added he has nothing against any candidate or political party in the U.S. electoral process, but prefers not to offer his congratulations until it is concluded. “What’s the best thing? To wait,” he said.
Persons: Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Joe Biden, Lopez Obrador, , Organizations: Mexico's, REUTERS MEXICO CITY, Wednesday, U.S Locations: United, U.S
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