In Mexico, half of Congress is now female and seven of the country's 32 governors are women. This is partly due to changing attitudes but also to federally mandated gender equality laws.
Author: Carrie Kahn
Published: 2022-01-25 04:37 pm
Mexico has become a world leader of gender equality in politics
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In Mexico, half of Congress is now female and seven of the country's 32 governors are women. This is partly due to changing attitudes but also to federally mandated gender equality laws.

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