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[EVENT] Mexico’s Moment: What to Expect from the Structural Reforms?
26 May 2014
[EVENT] Mexico’s Moment: What to Expect from the Structural Reforms?
The Center for Democracy and Development in the Americas
is pleased to invite you to a roundtable with:
 
Erick Marte Rivera Villanueva, Mexican Congressman and President of the Special Commission of Renewable Energy (PAN)
 
Tonatiuh Salinas Muñoz – President of the Institutional Revolution Party (PRI) of Querétaro
 
Jason Marczak - Deputy Director, Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center at the Atlantic Council
 
Francisco E. González – Riordan Roett Senior Associate Professor of Latin American Studies at Johns Hopkins University
 
Introductory Remarks by Leopoldo Martinez – CDDA's Chairman.
 
Moderator: Sergio Sánchez 
 
During the past months, Mexico’s congress has been debating important structural reforms that could have a great impact in the future of the country and the region, especially in the areas of energy, politics and telecommunications. In this roundtable, the CDDA would like to foster a constructive discussion between Mexican political leaders and experts in order to enrich the ongoing debate and take the best advantage of these reforms that will shape the future of the country.
 
RSVP (name and affiliation): communications@cddamericas.org
 
Address: 
Center for Democracy and Development in the Americas
1050 Connecticut Av, NW 10th Floor
Washington, DC 20036
  
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