Wednesday, June 19, 2024

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“Sheinbaum, a 61-year-old physicist, environmental scientist and former Mexico City mayor, said that the new projects to be undertaken during a government she leads would add 13.66 gigawatts of energy to the national grid by 2030, the year her six-year term will end if she succeeds in becoming Mexico’s first female president.”

MND Staff

Claudia Sheinbaum pledges to ‘accelerate’ transition to renewable energy if elected
Presidential hopeful Claudia Sheinbaum told Mexican business leaders Monday she’d ramp up Mexico’s wind, solar and hydro power generation.
Claudia Sheinbaum pledges to ‘accelerate’ transition to renewable energy if elected
Presidential hopeful Claudia Sheinbaum told Mexican business leaders Monday she’d ramp up Mexico’s wind, solar and hydro power generation.
Despite polls, presidential candidate Xóchitl Gálvez is optimistic
Xóchitl Gálvez still believes voters are fed up with Morena and that if there is high voter turnout on June 2, she will become Mexico’s first female president.
Despite polls, presidential candidate Xóchitl Gálvez is optimistic
Xóchitl Gálvez still believes voters are fed up with Morena and that if there is high voter turnout on June 2, she will become Mexico’s first female president.

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ELECTIONS ABROAD:

Nearly 40,000 Mexicans living abroad removed from electoral roll
With the election just seven weeks away, some overseas voters were dismayed to receive rejections of their registration applications.
Nearly 40,000 Mexicans living abroad removed from electoral roll
With the election just seven weeks away, some overseas voters were dismayed to receive rejections of their registration applications.

Photo of the day

A little of the biodiversity in the Río Lagartos, Yucatán | Photo from @frankexplore

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