La Jornada – Young people from 15 to 17 will be vaccinated in 77 municipalities of Edomex

Toluca, Mex. The delegation that operates federal social programs in the State of Mexico reported that as of Friday, November 26, the application of the anticovid vaccine will begin for minors between 15 and 17 years of age in 77 municipalities of the State of Mexico. Through its social media accounts it was reported that … Read more

La Jornada – Remittances in the country concentrate 10 destinations: BdeM

Mexico City. In Mexico, 10 destinations receive 1.3 out of every 10 dollars that come in from remittances, which shows the concentration of these resources in a country with 2,458 municipalities and 16 municipalities, according to the Bank of Mexico (BdeM). Between January and September 2021, remittances amounted to 37,333 million dollars, of which 3,777 … Read more

La Jornada – Declare Altan Redes in commercial bankruptcy

Mexico City. The seventh district court in civil matters, based in Mexico City, declared the company Altan Redes SA, the operator of the Shared Telecommunications Network, created after the 2014 constitutional reforms in telecommunications matters, in bankruptcy, which aimed to bring internet and cell phone service, at affordable prices, to areas where the coverage of … Read more

La Jornada – Price of LP gas decreases for the third week in a row

Mexico City. For the third consecutive week, the price of liquefied petroleum gas (LP) will see a decrease in the cost set for November 7 to 13, according to the list published by the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE). The national average of energy sold per kilogram and liter decreased 4.3 percent each. The first was … Read more

La Jornada – SCJN orders not to disseminate information on authorization of anti-Covid vaccines

Mexico City. The Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) ordered that the Ministry of Health not disseminate, for the moment, information related to the authorizations it granted for the emergency application of vaccines against Covid-19, since its publication could affect national security. The foregoing before the appeal filed by the legal counsel of … Read more

La Jornada – Arrest warrants against Cabal Peniche and his wife are annulled

Mexico City. With the entry into force of a reparatory agreement on October 15, the businessman Carlos Cabal Peniche and his wife Teresa Pasino Bertrán reached the annulment of the arrest warrants against them for a fraud of 695 million pesos of a loan, which they were used to acquire the shares of Raidopolis. The … Read more

La Jornada – Judge calls on the government to vaccinate all children between 12 and 17 years old

Mexico City. Claudia Irene Gámez Galindo, acting secretary of the seventh district court in the state of Mexico, summoned the federal government to start with a vaccination plan against Covid-19 that considers everyone, no later than five days. minors from 12 to 17 years of age to receive the biological, regardless of their health. “The … Read more

La Jornada – Still alive, conflict over water in La Laguna; Gabriel García goes: AMLO

Mexico City. Despite the federal government’s approach to opponents of the aqueduct project that is being planned for the La Laguna region, two appeals are still being filed by them and are even preparing one more appeal, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said today. “We had agreed that there would be no problem, but they … Read more

La Jornada – They estimate at least 4 million 941 thousand deaths from Covid-19 in the world

Paris. The new coronavirus pandemic has caused at least 4 million 941 thousand 032 deaths in the world since the WHO office in China reported the appearance of the disease in December 2019, according to a balance established by AFP this Sunday at 10:30 p.m. 10:00 GMT from official sources. Since the beginning of the … Read more

La Jornada – AMLO insists the WHO to expedite the authorization of anti-Covid vaccines

In the absence of authorization from the World Health Organization (WHO) on some biologicals against Covid-19 that have been applied to millions of people, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador insisted on demanding that these processes be expedited, and confirmed that I have already sent a letter to the multinational organization, which, he said, has already … Read more