Mexico's Left Turn? The Mexican Election and Beyond
July 15, 2018
Despite fierce opposition from big business and the media, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is likely to be elected President of Mexico on July 1 and win majorities in both houses of Congress. How did this rejection of the major parties come about? Is he a "leftist," or "populist" as widely purported in the North American press? What kind of change can be expected? How might this affect the future of NAFTA and the immigration crisis? What obstacles will the new government face? Join the SP and friends for a RedTalks on these questions featuring: Tania Hernandez, Colin Mooers, Richard Roman and Anna Zalik.
Time: 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Venue: A Different Booklist
Location: 777-779 Bathurst Street Toronto, ON
Categories: Politics & Political Organizations
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