Mexico elige un nuevo presidente de la republica.

León Krauze Habla Desde México de la Elección Histórica de López Obrador

León Krauze Habla Desde México de la Elección Histórica de López Obrador

Política hispanohablante.
July 2 2018 8:00 PM

Del Nuevo Presidente de México y Pensamientos Mágicos

México elige un nuevo presidente de la república.

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Presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador gestures as he addresses supporters after polls closed in the presidential election, in Mexico City on Monday.

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México eligió un nuevo presidente de la república el domingo 1 de julio. El panel discute el triunfo histórico de Andrés Manuel López Obrador, el significado para la democracia mexicana, y las comparaciones con otros países con “elecciones de hartazgo.” Luego, León Krauze explica el ambiente social y político desde la Ciudad de México.

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El Gabfest en Inglés: Magical Mexican President

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Mexico elected a new president on Sunday. The panel discusses the campaign of the winner, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, its significance for democracy in Mexico, and the comparison with other countries who have elected candidates who promise change. Check out the Spanish-language version for more!

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Ariel Moutsatsos, the Washington bureau chief of Televisa, is a Mexican journalist, communicator, and international consultant. A former diplomat, academic, and public official, he is a migrant, a globetrotter, and an old soul.

Fernando Pizarro is an Emmy Award–winning journalist who covers Congress and the federal government for Univision, along with political topics that affect Latinos in the U.S. He can't function until he has had at least two cafecitos in the morning.

Dori Toribio is the Washington correspondent for Spanish TV station Cuatro.