Voices of Mexico no. 102

Our Voice

At this writing, a few days before President Donald Trump’s 100-days-in-office report, not only the United States but also many other nations of the world are in political ferment. Cases in point are Venezuela, Turkey, France, and Great Britain, where the sources of the tension may be specifically domestic, but also all have in common a citizenry clamoring to get out from under the interests of political leaders and/or parties.
In this sense, the future of democracy is undoubtedly one of the uncertainties facing humankind. That’s why we are taking advantage of this space to remember the eminent Italian political scientist Giovanni Sartori, who passed away last April 4, leaving a huge intellectual legacy in this field.




Our Voice
Silvia Núñez García