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David Rodriguez Feb 15
I would like to have a shirt like this. It's cool!!
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Eric Martin Feb 7
ICYMI: AMLO's approval rating has climbed to 86% according to , the highest since taking office. His offensive against fuel thieves is his most popular policy -- followed by the morning press conferences.
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Uriel el Gato Jan 31
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Guillermo Menendez K Feb 6
suggested yesterday the possibility to change the Constitution. We should watch this closely, as it is highly dangerous.
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@1890702 #RedAMLO Jan 27
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Carlos R. de la Vega Jan 31
just now: “Moody’s is giving us the benefit of the doubt. They do have prepared professsionals, not like other credit rating agencies [].”
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El Anti Grillo Feb 11
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Thomas M. Buckley Feb 4
Taken together these two articles paint a very dire picture of Mexico's electoral institutions. Seems extremely worrisome. Especially the allegations of corruption/bribery at TEPJF.
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Por amor a México Jan 28
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((( Xuan ))) Feb 10
Tweet.. Who Is @ MEXICO Y Su Nueva .. Tacos De Lengua Guacala.. Army On Charge Of New 1/2 Hour From Las Lomas Or Santa Fe..LOL..Good Evening & Weekends Are Intense & FUN Cooking For A Living !
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Tonatiuh ,Watch-E-Cool Hero, Rendon (Her Beast) Feb 6
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Thomas M. Buckley Feb 7
Incorruptibility of AMLO was supposed to trickle down and end corruption. Yet, we are seeing the Cabinet already resisting transparency, refusing to disclose conflicts of interest ...
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Víctor Vorrath Feb 13
We can replace these words for "fifís", "conservatives", "neoliberls" and we get a mexican president. Populism needs an enemy.
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A man of our times Feb 13
Uncertainty = Volatility. Volatility costs $. I really wish someone at the reads this and understands the relevance and impact it has in Mexicans day-to-day life. Please don't disregard this.
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Thomas M. Buckley Jan 28
Good news (auto exports rise) plus bad news (domestic demand down and gasoline imports reduced) = record trade surplus. What does that really mean for Mexico?
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lappvilsupa Feb 11
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Thomas M. Buckley Feb 11
Is the resistant to transparency? Or just prone to omission, prevarication and deflection?
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Thomas M. Buckley Feb 13
Too bad there was no way of knowing the CNTE might "act up" before AMLO and Morena linked up with them to win elections. Of course, calling them "rebeldes sin causa" is rather stern. It might work, right?
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Pablo Vinuesa Feb 11
Thanks for sharing this great post ! A similar project would be so much needed for Imaginen el Valle del Mezquital regado con limpia! @SAGARPA_MX
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Thomas M. Buckley Feb 11
Seems kind of shady to me ... not very ethical. How will this be deflected, or explained?
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