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AMLO Celebrates First 100 Days as President of Mexico

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Mar 12, 2019 10:00 AM 1+ week ago

MEXICO: In his 100th-day speech given yesterday, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) congratulated himself on a strengthened relationship with the United States, a stronger economic confidence in the region and the success of a majority of his administration's early commitments. During his speech, AMLO said that he has maintained a "cordial" relationship with the United States, leading to billion-dollar investments into the region.

Lopez Obrador also credited his administration with accomplishing 62 out of 100 proposed commitments, including the liquidation of government property, the creation of a National Guard and a crackdown on fuel theft. According to recent polls by El Financiero, AMLO has a 78 percent approval rating. However, many are still critical of his economic policy, and he has already faced unexpected challenges from labor unions and increasingly high rates of homicide in Mexico. He vowed to continue focusing on social justice issues, saying, "We want modernity, but forged from below, and for all."

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