The presidential cabinet is mainly constructed by academics
A week ago, leftist candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador claimed a landslide triumph as Mexico’s next president. With 52 percent of the votes, he not only won the election but his party, National Regeneration Movement, took a majority of seats in the Senate and five out of nine governorships.
In the days following the election, López Obrador and his team have been determined to show the ways in which the country will enter “Mexico’s fourth revolution.” The presidential cabinet, which for the first time will have equal representation of men and women, is mainly constructed by academics who have publicly announced their determination to bring a peaceful change: violence, corruption and impunity are the main topics on the table.
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