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December, 2018

  • 23 December

    Yuma Mayor Douglas Nicholls attends Mexico’s Presidential Inauguration

    Yuma Mayor amongst several invited to Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s Presidential Inauguration on Dec. 1 YUMA, Ariz. – City of Yuma Mayor Douglas J. Nicholls joined a select group of leaders from the United States in attending the inauguration of Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Saturday, Dec. 1. Lopez Obrador, …

  • 23 December

    Mexico, the United States and Canada sign the new T-MEC trade agreement (USMCA)

    By: Dr. Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, economist (PhD) The leaders of the United States, Canada and Mexico met in the framework of the G20 summit in Argentina to sign the new trade agreement between the three countries that will replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). “Mexico, the United States and …

  • 22 December


    The call to be an Electoral Observer is still open. Requests for accreditation as Electoral Observers are received by the Local and District Councils of the INE and before the Electoral Processes Department of the IEEBC. MEXICALI, BC. – The State Electoral Institute of Baja California (IEEBC), through the Commission …

November, 2018

  • 28 November


    The diplomat informed the State Representative of the status of services offered by the Mobile Consulate of Honduras in Tijuana TIJUANA, BC.- The State Governor, Francisco Vega de Lamadrid, held a meeting Tuesday with the Ambassador of Honduras in Mexico, Alden Rivera Montes, who informed the governor of the scope …

  • 27 November

    Elimination of Violence Against Women reminds us of the types of violence we must eliminate

    By: Ellie Burgueño Yesterday, the International Day for Elimination of Violence against Women was celebrated worldwide. In 1993, at the General Assembly, the United Nations (UN) adopted the Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women, and on December 17, 1999, the General Assembly of the United Nations designated November …

  • 25 November

    Rep. Vargas’s Statement on the Closure of the San Ysidro Port of Entry

    WASHINGTON, DC (November 25, 2018) – Rep. Juan Vargas (CA-51) released the following statement today regarding the closure of the San Ysidro Port of Entry: Today’s unprecedented demonstration at the San Ysidro Port of Entry is a direct result of President Trump’s failed leadership. His complete disregard for human rights, …

  • 23 November

    A move that would leave hundreds of thousands of young people exposed to deportation

     Trump Administration Again Asks SCOTUS to Intervene on Future of DACA Link: http://bit.ly/2JJOvtc Washington, DC – In a second attempt to bypass standard legal process, the Trump administration asked the U.S. Supreme Court a few days ago to take up a case concerning the future of the Deferred Action for …

  • 21 November


    By: Teodoro Rentería Arroyave Felipe de Jesús Calderón Hinojosa, as he is publicly known, after presenting himself this Sunday to vote in the elections to renew the national leadership and other entities of the National Action Party, PAN, and reveal that he issued his vote in favor of Manuel Gómez …

  • 16 November

    Border Patrol, U.S. Customs Working in Coordination with Military to Secure Border from Caravan

    -Editorial As the first group of the migrant caravan arrived at Tijuana this week, U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Department of Defense officials are ready if they arrive at the Calexico/Mexicali port. In order to maintain order and keep the borders safe now that the caravan has reached the …

  • 16 November

    A Large Number of Mexicans Show Rejection for Migrant Caravan

    -Editorial Before the arrival of a large number of Honduran immigrants to the border cities of Baja California, Mexicali and Tijuana, who are part of the group of more than 7,000 people who have traveled the approximately 2267 miles between the Honduran border and the U.S. border with Baja California, …