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Mexico: why Sheinbaum’s historic election may not translate to gender equality

By Jennifer Castañeda-Navarrete, Senior Policy Analyst (IfM Engage), University of Cambridge
Claudia Sheinbaum has made history. On June 2, she became the first woman to be elected as president of Mexico. Nearly 36 million Mexicans cast their votes for Sheinbaum, more than double the number received by her closest rival and fellow woman candidate, Xóchitl Gálvez.

Over the past two decades, political reforms mandating gender parity in executive, legislative and judicial offices have…The Conversation

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