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Latin America: A woman from the left, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, wins the presidential election in Mexico, a country tormented by femicide

  • June 6, 2024
  • 19 Min
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Born June 24, 1962 in Mexco, the scientist [[1] and Mexican politician, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, 61, of the political party National Regeneration Movement (Morena), former head of government of Mexico City (December 5, 2018 – June 16, 2023), will, as of October 1, 2024 , the woman who, since 1821, the postcolonial period, should change the course of the history of the presidency of Mexico.

[ClaudiaSheinbaum[ClaudiaSheinbaum [[2] ->https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claudia_Sheinbaum]largely won the presidential election this Sunday, June 2, 2024, with more than 57% of the votes.

This is the first time that this fabulous event has occurred in the history of the second economic power of Latin America: a woman elected at the head of Mexico for the first time in the history of the country of Miguel Hidalgo, José María Morelos, by Vicente Guerrero and Agustín de Iturbide, these ingenious heroes of Mexican independence._

Favorite in the preliminary polls, Claudia Sheinbaum, the left-wing candidate of the regime of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, largely defeated, this Sunday, June 2, 2024, former senator Xóchitl Gálvez, center-right, during the presidential election in Mexico.

Countdown

Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo becomes the first woman president in the history of Mexico, according to the latest figures from the Enkoll Institute survey count, released from the polls, preceding the closing of the polling stations.

This would be a new step towards the fight against abuses perpetrated against women and girls, as well as a new look towards respect for women’s rights.

Foreplay

With more than 57.8% of the vote against nearly 28.01% for former center-right senator Xóchitl Gálvez, Claudia Sheinbaum largely won the election, according to preliminary data from the Enkoll Institute survey.

Jorge Álvarez Maynez, candidate from the center, would have obtained around 11.4% of the vote, coming far behind Xóchitl Gálvez.

The victory is attributed to the candidate of the Movement for National Regeneration (Morena), Mexican environmentalist party, Claudia Sheinbaum, announce, without providing figures, “Televisa” and “El Financiero” according to their polls.

It is important to point out that the authorization of these investigations was widely supported by the authorities of the National Electoral Institute (INE).

In this very large country, with nearly two million km² and three different time zones, the surveys were released after the closing of the last polling stations from 7:00 p.m. (Mexico City time), according to a report from the Geneva Tribune.

The latest figures from preliminary investigations show that Claudia Sheinbaum will speak victoriously and celebrate her success in the evening in the central public square Zócalo, near the National Palace.

Claudia Sheinbaum, the former mayor of Mexico’s capital, Mexico City, will serve as president of Mexico from October 1, 2024 to 2030, succeeding Andrés Manuel López Obrador (in office since December 1, 2018), the outgoing president.

Why elect a woman president in the midst of the fight against violence against women and girls ?

Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo becomes the first female president to serve in the history of Mexico, a country plagued by a flood of organized crime and drug trafficking, including an accelerating spiral of daylight violence against women and men. To the girls.

In the fall of 2023, Mexico, neighbor of the world’s largest economy, the United States of America, recorded an average of ten murders of women per day, according to an estimate from the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (Hcdh ) in July 2023.

This report further mentions 1.7 million criminal investigations for beatings, burning, strangulation or injuries with knives or firearms against women. Only 781 of these cases were considered attempted feminicides.

In this latest report, the United Nations (UN) highlighted how 70% of Mexican adolescent girls and women under the age of thirty have experienced, at least once, the consequences of this escalation of violence in their daily lives.

Exploit against femicide

Gloria Piña, a young Mexican journalist, won the 2023 “Breach/Valdez” prize for journalism and human rights for her documentary “Survivors: forgotten by the justice system”, painting an extremely dark picture of this surge in violence against women. women and girls.

“We hear a lot of stories about the murders of women in Mexico, but not about the women who survive such acts of extreme violence,” says Gloria Piña, who won the prize, according to the Hcdh report.

Pictorial responses

By voting for Claudia Sheinbaum, you are venturing towards a “historic day”. It is the victory against femicide.

It is a “historic day” which is opening in Mexico, the favorite candidate herself pointed out.

Claudia Shenbaum Pardo, moreover, confided that she had not voted for herself, but for an immortal pioneer of the Mexican left, Ifigenia Martha Martínez y Hernández [[3]93 years old, in tribute to his great struggle.

“Long live democracy!”, shouted Claudia Sheinbaum, the woman who will take the helm of the presidency of Mexico from October 1, 2024.

Exploit and Commitment

Strong and captivating, with her thunderous speech and her enthusiasm to ignite the crowd, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo knows how to base her speech. In good measure, almost 66% of opinions are favorable to him.

Having fled the steamroller of Nazism and the enormous vulnerability in Lithuania and Bulgaria, the woman who aspires to power, Claudia Sheinbaum, is supported by the insight and influence of the outgoing president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who completes his mandate with at least 66% favorable opinions for his regime.

Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo is taking advantage of this situation to rely on the anchor built by the regime in place and the credibility of the party in power (Morena) for almost a decade, with a parliamentary majority meeting the requirements of a legislature adapted, as well as around twenty Mexican states.

Historic day

Sunday June 2, 2024 symbolizes a historic day for Mexico.

All the international press is talking about it. The world is looking towards this victory. New victory, new deal and a safe haven for abuses against women and girls in Mexico

On Sunday June 2, 2024, voters were also mobilized to renew the elected representatives of Congress and the Senate.

According to the Constitution in force in Mexico, they had to choose the governors in nine of the 32 states and appoint deputies and local mayors.

This Sunday, June 2, 2024, at least 98.3 million voters, registered on the electoral lists, went to the polls to elect their various representatives.

From Tijuana to Mexico City, via Guadalajara, it was a veritable human tide.

This day was marked by the will and courage of Mexicans, who, in single file, stood in front of the polling stations under the blazing sun, according to a report from Agence France Presse (Afp).

Climate of enormous violence

However, election day was marked by increased violence in parts of Mexico. Polling stations were scandalized and vandalized.

Two people were killed in two bloody attacks on polling stations, notably in the state of Puebla in the center of the country, confirmed a local government security source, cited by AFP.

The escalation of political violence in Mexico is alarming, with assassinations of candidates and attacks on polling stations. These acts seriously undermine democracy and the stability of the country.

It is crucial that authorities take urgent measures to ensure the safety of candidates and voters.

As for the future of Mexico under the leadership of Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, it will depend on her insight, her commitment to addressing the country’s pressing challenges, including the fight against femicide.

The political and security situation in Mexico is worrying, with assassinations of candidates and widespread acts of violence.

The victory of Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo at the polls on Sunday June 2, 2024, shows a desire for change and female leadership for the good of all.

Mexico’s future, led by a woman, will depend on its ability to address pressing challenges, such as political violence, femicide, and promoting security and prosperity for all.

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[[1] Climatologist and energy efficiency specialist, she was a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) until 2013. She participated in the writing of the fourth and fifth IPCC assessment reports.

From October 1, 2015 to December 6, 2017, she was head of the delegation of Tlalpan, one of the sixteen territorial divisions of Mexico City.

From 2015 to 2017, she was a member of the Committee for Development Policy of the United Nations (UN).

A member of the National Regeneration Movement (Morena), she was head of government of Mexico City from 2018 to 2023. A Morena candidate, she won the 2024 presidential election, making her the first woman elected president in the history of Mexico.

[[2] Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo is the daughter of Carlos Sheinbaum Yoselevitz, chemical engineer, and Annie Pardo Cemo, biologist. Her Ashkenazi Jewish paternal grandparents arrived in Mexico in the 1920s, fleeing anti-Semitic persecution in Lithuania, and her Sephardic Jewish maternal grandparents fled Bulgaria in the 1940s for the same reasons. Her parents are atheists2 and she herself is of no faith.

She studied physics at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (Unam), then completed a master’s degree in energy engineering before continuing with a doctorate in environmental sciences at the Lawrence-Berkeley National Laboratory (California) with a scholarship of Unam.

In 1995, she became the first Mexican woman to earn a doctorate in energy engineering. During her years of study, she left several times with friends to install more efficient cooking systems in particularly poor regions, notably in Michoacán.

She describes herself as a “girl from 1968”, in reference to the Tlatelolco massacre, a student movement bloodily repressed by the army, in which his parents participated. She began activism during her studies at the Universidad nacional autónoma de México (Unam), when she participated in solidarity movements with workers’ and peasants’ struggles, as well as in the 1987 p. for the maintenance of free university education. She also campaigned for the campaign of Rosario Ibarra in 1982, then the first woman candidate in a presidential election in Mexico, and a figure in the defense of human rights in the country.

In 1986, Sheinbaum met Carlos Imaz Gispert, an academic and founding member of the Democratic Revolution Party, whom she married in 1987. They separated in 2016. She remarried in 2023 to Jesús Tarriba, a youthful sweetheart rediscovered in 2016 She has two children, including a son from a previous relationship of her first husband whom she raised as her own child1.

[[3] Born June 16, 1930 in Mexico City, Ifigenia Martha Martínez y Hernández is a former deputy to the Constituent Assembly of Mexico City.

She was a federal deputy on 3 occasions, senator of the Congress of the Union in the 54th legislature from 1988 to 1991, In 2017, she is part of the Constituent Assembly of Mexico City. Since September 1, 2018, she has been a senator at the Congress of the Union for the National List, as president of the Table of Alumni.

She studied literature in economics at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (Unam). She is the first Mexican to earn a master’s degree in economics at the University of Hvard, where she became a doctoral student. In 1950, she was co-founder of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (Cepal).