Progress After Outsourcing Reform
News Article
Outsourcing was banned from Mexico’s labor practices. Two months after the reform, officials say it is benefitting workers.
job, employees
Weekly Roundups
After just over three months of debate, the private sector and the government agreed on changes to the outsourcing reform
FONATUR
Weekly Roundups
SEDENA will be in charge of the construction and no more tenders will be organized. This and more in this week’s roundup!
AMLO
News Article
Highlights: SSPC presents plan to protect candidates in elections, which will be voluntary. NAIM controversy could have been planned from below.
Agricultural workers
News Article
Influential organizations presented a joint statement against the government’s plan to ban all outsourcing.
train repair
Weekly Roundups
FONATUR has made public the details of an important tender for the wagons that will make up the train. This and more in this week’s roundup!
President López Obrador, Jesús Seade and Minister of Interior Olga Sanchez during the ceremony where the former USMCA negotiator received the Miguel Hidalgo Award.
News Article
Highlights: National Workers’ Fund for Housing will give more loans. Negotiator in the USMCA trade treaty steps away. Defends decision on US, Biden…
President López Obrador was joined today by Jorge Alcocer, Marcelo Ebrard and Hugo López-Gatell.
News Article
Highlights: AMLO says outsourcing is a corrupt practice. Rules out Federalist Alliance meeting to protect the presidential investiture…
train track over land
Weekly Roundups
While segments of the Mayan Train are completed, a batch of fresh controversies arises to halt its development. That and more in this week’s roundup!
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