In Mexico, feminism knocks furiously at the doors of the presidential palace

The women’s movement in Mexico is starting to shake the National Palace, the seat of the federal executive and official residence of the president. It is a threat that could either cost or win votes. Women in Mexico have put gender equality and ending violence against them at the center of the political debate. In recent days, their struggle – which has grown to a scale unprecedented in Mexico – has questioned the country’s institutions, its political parties and its public figures.

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