As Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador approaches four years in office, our panel analyses advances and challenges under his government.
The 2018 election of Andrés Manuel López Obrador raised hope that Mexico could change direction from the neoliberal policies of his predecessors and a new approach to the drugs war that has left over 200,000 dead since 2006. Almost four years into a six-year term, how has AMLO’s government fared? What have been its main achievements? And what do the critics say? We are joined by a leading panel to discuss these questions and others.
This event was held on Wednesday 9 November 2022.
- Étienne von Bertrab – Lecturer (Teaching) at University College London, Director of Albora: Mexico’s Geography of Hope, and columnist in Pie de Página
- Violeta Vázquez Rojas – Mexican linguist, researcher, columnist and Doctor in Linguistics at New York University
- David Raby – Retired Professor in Latin American Studies and author of Democracy & Revolution: Latin America and Socialism Today
- Jeremy Corbyn – Former Leader of the Labour Party
- Meme Yamel – Mexican journalist, director of The Mexico News
- Chaired by Alborada co-editor Nick MacWilliam
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