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“Mexico’s Congress achieved gender parity in 2018, meaning half of Mexico’s senators and federal deputies are women. Women govern in 10 Mexican states, and President López Obrador’s cabinet is also 50-50 women and men, with women in some of the most prominent positions: Interior Minister, Foreign Affairs Minister and Security Minister.”

Kate Bohné, Chief news editor 

Pro take: How have women risen to the top of Mexican politics?
Mexico News Daily chief news editor Kate Bohné analyzes how gender quotas have contributed to the rise of women in Mexican politics.
Pro take: How have women risen to the top of Mexican politics?
Mexico News Daily chief news editor Kate Bohné analyzes how gender quotas have contributed to the rise of women in Mexican politics.
Pro take: Fashion in Mexican politics
Mexico News Daily chief news editor Kate Bohné analyzes today’s political fashion in Mexico via the story of two garments: the guayabera and the huipil.
Pro take: Fashion in Mexican politics
Mexico News Daily chief news editor Kate Bohné analyzes today’s political fashion in Mexico via the story of two garments: the guayabera and the huipil.

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Women in the workforce:

Mexico in Numbers: Women in the workforce
To mark International Women’s Day, Mexico News Daily dives into the data on both the progress and problems for women in the Mexican workforce.
Mexico in Numbers: Women in the workforce
To mark International Women’s Day, Mexico News Daily dives into the data on both the progress and problems for women in the Mexican workforce.

Photo of the day

Raíces: Melina y Libby | Photo from @acv2ph

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