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First High Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (HLM)

On 15 and 16 April will be held in Mexico City the First High Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development (AGCED) Cooperation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gLl1WjVgZw

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The Morelia International Film Festival (FICM)

The Morelia International Film Festival (FICM) was founded in 2003 as a way of promoting new trends in Mexican cinema, with the city of Morelia as its main venue.

The FICM’s mission is to promote new talents in Mexican cinema, to increase the offer of quality cinema and to contribute to the cultural and touristic activities in the state of Michoacán.

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Peña Nieto Submits Socially Committed Tax Reform to Congress

08 SEP


President Enrique Peña Nieto submitted the Fiscal Reform Bill, designed to amend Articles 4 and 123 of the Constitution, to Congress today. “It is a social reform that establishes Universal Social Security and increases public investment in strategic sectors such as education and infrastructure,” he declared.


He stressed that this is a reform that establishes a fairer, simpler and more transparent tax system for all Mexicans. “Taken as a whole, it will help reduce the high levels of inequality among Mexicans, those that earn more will also pay more while those with least will also obtain more benefits.”


He announced that he also submitted a Program for the Acceleration of Economic Growth to Congress, which, “Seeks to stimulate the domestic market and support employment among Mexicans.”

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Mexican Muralist Movement


The Mexican muralism is one of the most distinctive artistic genres in Latin America. It has its origin in the Mexican Revolution of 1910. However, it is until 1921 when it formally starts. At this time, Jose Vasconcelos, a leading Mexican intellectual, took office as Secretary of Public Education under the government of President Alvaro Obregón who commissioned different artists to paint a series of murals on the walls of the National Secretariat and the National Preparatory School. From that time on, the Mexican Muralism begins acquiring international recognition, not only as an artistic genre, but as a social and political movement of resistance and identity, with images through its diverse stylistic components that portray issues related to the revolution, the class struggle and Mexican indigenus people. Its members include David Alfaro Siqueiros, José Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera and Rufino Tamayo:

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Mexico is one of the main world megadiverse countries. With around 200,000 different species, Mexico is home to the 10 to 12 percent of the world's biodiversity.




In Mexico, there are almost 600 species are used for reforestation, and about 4,000 species have medicinal properties registered, hundreds of exotic, invasive species and tens of thousands with biotechnological potential. Almost 2,500 species are protected by our laws and hundreds of them are used in handicraft or hunting or ornamental purposes.

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The video of the 46th anniversary of the Treaty of Tlatelolco:


Through the Constitutional Reform, the Mexican State assumes full regulatory action and leadership of education: EPN

25 FEB 2013


Mexico City, February 25, 2013


After signing the Enactment of the Constitutional Reform of Education, President Enrique Peña Nieto said that through this constitutional amendment, “the Mexican State assumes full leadership and regulatory powers in this area, so that we can expedite the educational transformation the country demands and needs.”

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President Enrique Peña Nieto Presents National Forestry Program 2013


Colima, Colima, 31 January 2013.

President Enrique Peña Nieto presented the National Forestry Program 2013 here today. The program is designed to implement actions that will permit the care and use of forests and create more forest areas in the country.

Stressing the ethical and moral commitment that exists to caring for the environment, the president explained that in Mexico only 265 000 hectares of forest are exploited, compared with other countries with a smaller area, such as Chile, where the volume of forest activities is ten times greater and covers over two million hectares.

He stressed that the goal is to plant over 180 million trees annually and to ensure their survival.



The Government of Mexico welcomes the principles for a comprehensive reform of the immigration system of the United States that have been laid out both by President Barack Obama and a bipartisan group of US Senators. It also acknowledges the valuable input that has been provided in recent weeks by numerous economic groups and civil society organizations.

The Government of Mexico recognizes the commitment shown by an increasing number of US actors to ensure that the legal frameworks in North America reflect the region’s demographic realities, the existing complementarities between our economies, the need for a prosperous, competitive, secure and efficient border, and the family links and shared values between our societies. The priority of protecting the rights of every individual, regardless of his or her immigration status, has rightly been included at the core of this debate.

Immigration policy is a federal domestic issue in the United States. Nevertheless, it has an effect on the lives of millions of individuals living within that and other countries. The Government of Mexico will continue to respectfully promote an informed discussion of the many dimensions of this subject, and to protect the rights of its citizens abroad.

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