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Ernesto Hernández Norzagaray

Profesor de la Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa. Doctor en Ciencia Política y Sociología por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Miembro del Sistema Nacional de Investigadores de México

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Technical coup d’état

Why did Mexico's President Andrés Manuel López Obrador mention this week that the opposition is plotting a technical coup d'état via the Judiciary?

AMLO: An upset president 

AMLO recently stated that "Above the law is the moral and political authority of the president". He should be reminded that in a democracy the president is a product of the laws. The president must act under the laws and defend them, not the other way around.

Narcoterrorism and Populism 

In the so-called "biggest election in history" that will take place on June 2, there is a player in the shadows who is acting openly. And it is likely to become more visible as the election campaign progresses.

The main political challenges for Mexico in 2024  

Mexico is moving from a representative democratic system to a sui generis leftist populist autocracy. In this context, the most copious concurrent elections in the country's history will be held.

Crime barons in the U.S.-Mexico bilateral relation

Relations between the two countries have been marked by the production and distribution of fentanyl in Mexico for U.S. consumers.