News & Analysis

APRIL 7-20, 2008

1. CALDERON VISITS CHIAPAS
2. FLAVIO SOSA RELEASED FROM PRISON
3. BATTLE FOR PEMEX
4. PRD CRISIS DEEPENS
5. PRESIDENT OF ECUADOR VISITS MEXICO
6. VENEZUELA TO NATIONALIZE MEXICAN CEMENT COMPANY
7. ECONOMY TANKING
8. IMMIGRATION RAIDS AT PILGRIM’S PRIDE CORPORATION

MARCH 24-30, 2008

1. PRD CRISIS CONTINUES
2. SECRETARY OF LABOR INTERVENES IN UAM STRIKE
3. PRIVATIZATION OF PEMEX

MARCH 17-23, 2008

1. PRD IN CRISIS AFTER INTERNAL ELECTIONS
2. PRISON HUNGER STRIKE SHOWING SOME RESULTS
3. LABOR UNREST
4. 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF PEMEX, CALLS FOR RESISTANCE

MARCH 10-16, 2008

1. CONGRESS TO INVESTIGATE MOURIÑO
2. MEXICAN STUDENTS MURDERED DURING COLOMBIAN RAID
3. SUPREME COURT ISSUES PRELIMINARY FINDING IN ATENCO CASE
4. HUNGER STRIKE GROWS IN CHIAPAS PRISONS

DECEMBER 31 – JANUARY 6, 2008

1. ZAPATISTAS CELEBRATE WOMEN’S ENCOUNTER, 14TH ANNIVERSARY
2. ARIZONA LAWS THREATEN MIGRANTS
3. ANTI NAFTA DEMONSTRATIONS OPEN THE NEW YEAR

JANUARY 7-27, 2008

1. SEVEN ATENCO PRISONERS LIBERATED
2. MEXICO LEADS WORLD IN MIGRATION
3. HALLIBURTON LEADS FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN PEMEX
4. ARMY TAKES OVER POLICING ACTIVITIES IN BAJA CALIFORNIA
5. CALDERON NAMES NEW SECRETARY OF GOVERNANCE

JANUARY 28 – FEBRUARY 3, 2008

1. MASSIVE DEMONSTRATION AGAINST NAFTA
2. CALDERON CRITICIZED FOR FEMICIDES IN CIUDAD JUAREZ
3. APPO LEADER CHARGED

FEBRUARY 4-10, 2008

1. ZAPATISTAS RELEASED FROM PRISON AFTER TORTURE
2. CCIODH VISITS CHIAPAS
3. PARAMILITARIES ACCUSED OF KIDNAPPING AND THREATS
4. PROPERTY OWNERS INHIBIT CONSTRUCTION OF BORDER WALL
5. UN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSIONER VISITS MEXICO
6. CONGRESS AGREES ON NEW IFE MEMBERS

FEBRUARY 11-17, 2008

1. OAXACA TEACHERS ON STRIKE
2. IFE CANCELS INVESTIGATION OF ILLEGAL ADVERTISING
3. ARIZONA TO BEGIN IMMIGRATION RAIDS IN MARCH
4. NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION CRITICIZED
5. BOMB EXPLODES IN TOURIST ZONE IN MEXICO CITY
6. CALDERON VISITS US

FEBRUARY 18-24, 2008

1. STATE PUBLISHES ARTICLE CONDEMNING FOREIGN HUMAN RIGHTS OBSERVERS
2. PEMEX INCOME SETS MONTHLY RECORD
3. CONTROVERSIAL JUDICIAL REFORM APPEARS IMMINENT