The antidemocratic project has as its main protagonist the figure of Donald Trump, head of our hemisphere’s hegemony and ironically referred to by U.S. press as “the leader of the free world”.
We want to take advantage of this process to reach every corner of this country, especially our communities, but also in the cities, to say we need to create another form of government. And that this government needs to emerge from people who get organized.
There are few people who know Mexico’s transition to democracy as well or played such an active role as Porfirio Muñoz Ledo. From the late 80’s with the split in the Revolutionary Institutional Party to the triumph of the conservatives in 2000, to the return of the ruling party it’s been a bumpy road.
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