Mexico: AMLO’s First Year

Economic growth has slowed down, while crime has soared during the first year of  Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's presidency. (Photo: Mexican Government)

Juan Francisco Torres Landa, Hogan Lovells and Luis Rubio Barnetche, Holland & Knight.


Mexican president’s biggest achievements and failures in first year.


BY JOACHIM BAMRUD


This month marks the first year of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (popularly known as AMLO) as president of Mexico. What have been his greatest achievements? His greatest failures? And will he attempt to change the constitution so he can extend his power beyond the traditional one-term mandate of six years?

 

Latinvex asked two leading Mexican attorneys: Luis Rubio Barnetche, executive partner of the Mexico City office of Holland & Knight, and Juan Francisco Torres Landa, Managing Partner of the Mexico City office of Hogan Lovells.

 

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Keywords: Corruption, Crime, Economy, Elections, Health, Hogan Lovells, Holland & Knight, Mexico, USMCA

 

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