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Government of Oaxaca Passes Law Pushing the Privatization of Ejido and Communal Lands

Northern Sierra Mountains of Oaxaca. Photo: Santiago Navarro F With the approval of the state congress, the governor of Oaxaca has passed the revenue law for the 2024 fiscal year, with which he is pushing...

So-Called Justice Plans are the Coup de Grace for Indigenous Peoples: Pueblo Mayo-Yoreme

Meeting between federal and state officials related to the justice plan of the Mayo people. Myrna Valencia, professor and human rights defender, member of the Mayo-Yoreme community of Cohuirimpo in southern Sonora, is firm in...

EZLN Announces Changes to Autonomous Governing Structures

In March of 2022, thousands of Zapatistas simultaneously mobilized in five municipalities of Chiapas to protest against war. Photo: Tercio Compas/ Enlace Zapatista On Sunday, November 5, the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN), via...


Maya Train Will Cause Significant Increase in Electricity Consumption in the Yucatán Peninsula

The Yucatán Peninsula will be the region of Mexico with the greatest increase in electricity consumption; the Maya Train will intensify tourism and the expansion of industrial activities.

Communities of the Choluteca Region Denounce the Contamination of Water Caused by Irregular Landfill Operation

Communities of the Choluteca region of Puebla demand the definitive closure of the landfill which is contaminating local wells and water sources.

With Plan Sonora and Nearshoring in Mexico, the United States Seeks to Counter Chinese Industry

Infrastructure in northeast Mexico strengthens key sectors of the US economy in its competition with China.