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Mexico Might Soon Have a Female President if Violence Does Not Get Out of Hand

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This week, Mexico is almost certain of emerging with a female president for the first time in its history.

Claudia Sheinbaum is a presidential candidate in Southern Mexico and is currently riding on a wave of popularity.

It is a remarkable achievement, especially in a country that is popular for its patriarchal culture.

The country also faces high rates of gender-based violence, and this causes the murder of around 10 women daily.

Claudia was approached by hooded men in southern Mexico while campaigning for the presidency.

These men begged her to protect their town from being overrun by gangs.

One of the men complained of helplessness, that the government had never done anything for their lands.

These are people who live in Chiapas, Mexico’s poorest state and an important territory for criminals.

Claudia Sheinbaum has the support of her long-time ally, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, and their party, Morena.

Former senator Xochitl Galvez of the conservative PAN party is currently trailing her in the polls.

He is representing a coalition of opposition parties.

Violent and Bloody Election Might Produce Female President

A ground-breaking election that should be celebrated is gradually being turned into a bloodshed with violence.

It is the bloodiest election campaign in Mexico’s history as 34 political candidates have been murdered Since June 2023.

Also, a report by Laboratorio Electoral, a research group shows that hundreds of attacks have been carried out on candidates.

The people who are related to the electoral processes are not left out of the attacks and violence.

While the murder rate in Mexico reduced between 2019 and 2022, high levels of homicides and murders are still prevalent.

In Mexico, 9 of out every 10 crimes against the people go unpunished according to Stephanie Brewer.

According to her, the level of distrust in authorities is high because of lack of faith in investigations.

Moreover, people hardly report cases of crimes because of this lack of trust for the appropriate authorities.

According to Claudia Sheinbaum, she will build a Mexico where Violence will end, and health and education will be prioritized.

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