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A Blow to Federalism by Mexico’s President-Elect?

León Krauze writes that Mexico’s president-elect, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has made a number of questionable moves before assuming office, including the appointment of “coordinators” to represent the federal government in each state. Krauze worries that these appointments “could lead to the weakening of Mexico’s hard-won federalism.” Read more here.