Meet AMLO — the New President of Mexico

He won Mexico's presidential election by a landslide. Now, Andrés Manuel López Obrador is set to start an era where Mexican citizens will take front seat on government decisions.

An overwhelming majority of citizens has decided to begin the fourth transformation of Mexico's public life. Mexico has a new president. Andrés Manuel also known as AMLO, is a populist promising to change the country's political establishment. He won the general election in July 2018 S SOLO in July 2018TAS SOLO ND ESTÁS SOLO with 53% of the vote. This was his third run for the presidency. a legitimate ambition to be remembered as a good president for Mexico. His 2018 campaign Mexican politics ena disrupted za de mex Mexican politics with a new left-wing party called Morena. They empowered marginalized communities Mexico. Torena It will be a government for the people and by the people. Born in 1953, AMLO grew up Tabasco, Mexico. in the state of DEL DISTR - He's the first-born son of shop owners EL DISTR and has 7 siblings. AMLO majored in political science at the National Autonomous University (UNAM) and began his political career as a state leader of the Institutional Revolutionary Party. He served as mayor of Mexico City from 2000 to 2005. After losing his first presidential bid in 2006, AMLO contested the results, claiming election fraud. ÓPEZ OB de to We are going to the Federal Electoral Tribunal ez Obra ez Obrad with the same demand – rés Manu ez Obrado for the votes to be counted. Millions of supporters protested in Mexico City's Zócalo for months. We will not accept the democratic backslide. AMLO now pledges to fight government corruption, increase the size of the military, and eradicate poverty. He also promised to hold unprecedented referendums – vote on major government decisions. getting citizens to He held the first in October 2018. the construction of Mexico City's controversial $13 billion airport was halted. Starting on December 1st, AMLO takes office for a six-year term. mo Thank you very much from the bottom of my heart. Long live Mexico!