MEXICO CITY Mexican labor lawyer Susana Prieto on Wednesday said she has appealed a judge's order that she not enter the northern state of Tamaulipas, arguing it violates a new trade deal by stopping her from fighting for workers' rights.
MEXICO CITY Mexican officials will install health checkpoints at various entry points along its northern border this weekend, as both Mexican and U.S. officials fear a surge of crossings for the July 4 holiday could spread the coronavirus.
MEXICO CITY, July 4 Mexican officials will
install health checkpoints at various entry points along its
northern border this weekend, as both Mexican and U.S. officials
fear a surge of crossings for the July 4 holiday could spread
MEXICO CITY Mexican labor attorney and independent union leader Susana Prieto was released from jail on Wednesday after her arrest nearly a month ago on charges of inciting violence at a workers protest, state prosecutors said.
MEXICO CITY As the new North America trade deal takes effect on Wednesday, the jailing of Mexican labor lawyer and independent union leader Susana Prieto has reignited concern about the challenges of meeting its labor rights provisions.
MEXICO CITY Pressure is growing for Mexican authorities to release prominent labor lawyer Susana Prieto, arrested a week ago at a protest, with two U.S. unions concerned about a rights clampdown ahead of a new regional trade deal.
MEXICO CITY A lawmaker from Mexico's ruling party who proposed merging three regulatory bodies into one said on Sunday he would delay the initiative, after opponents criticized the move as a power grab that could jeopardise oversight.
MEXICO CITY/BUENOS AIRES Fans of his uniquely Mexican take on high-end dining once packed a months-long wait list for Enrique Olvera's Pujol but the restaurant is grappling with a tough new reality as the novel coronavirus haunts Latin America's culinary upstarts.
MEXICO CITY Labor rights advocates in Mexico called on Tuesday for the release of activist Susana Prieto after her arrest on a charge of threatening public officials, raising questions about worker protections ahead of a new North American trade deal.
MEXICO CITY Mexico's tax chief is preparing to press criminal charges against some of the biggest companies operating in the country as part of an enforcement crusade, telling Reuters that officials had opened "four or five" cases of tax fraud this year alone.