MEXICO’S NEXT PRESIDENT - CHALLENGES AND RECOMMENDATIONS - ESSAYS BY:
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MEXICO’S NEXT PRESIDENT - CHALLENGES AND RECOMMENDATIONS - ESSAYS BY:

6 November 2023

Summary

Given the panoply of issues the new president will face and the limited time available to develop strategies to address them, the Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute prepared this booklet of recommendations on six of the most salient issues for consideration by the presidential candidates and their campaign teams. [...] To be successful, Mexico’s energy system must combine elements of both modernity and tradition, of both liberalization and a role for the state, and it must serve the interests of the business sector and provide affordable access to energy for the broader pop- ulation. [...] At the same time, the AMLO administration deterred private investment in both the hydrocarbons and electricity sectors, meaning that Mexico continues to be highly dependent on energy imports and vulnerable to the possibility of electricity shortages at exactly the moment that it needs abundant, affordable, and clean energy because of nearshoring investment and energy poverty. [...] Image: US Energy Information Administration One of the great achievements of the past 12 years has been the integration of the US and Mexican natural gas networks via the building of pipelines across the border and within Mexican natural territory. [...] To reduce the negative impacts on children, a reform of Mexico’s migration law in 2021 prohibits the detention of migrant children and their family members and instead requires that they be channeled to support centers under the purview of Mexico’s National System of Integral Development for the Family (DIF) while the Prosecutor Office for the Child and Adolescent Protection (PPNNA) determines the.

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58
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Canada