TESLA IN NUEVO LEÓN
➔ Tesla will bring spills to Coahuila and Tamaulipas: The state president announced that Tesla’s “gigafactory”, which will be installed in Nuevo León, could be operating by the end of this year or early 2024.
➔ Car production to begin in Mexico next year: After obtaining the necessary requirements, Tesla could start producing electric cars in Mexico in 2024.
➔ AMLO’s Mayan Train will generate 27 times more jobs: The mega-project of the López Obrador government will generate almost a million jobs in the Mexican southeast.
➔ Adhering to the law that applicants to the INE are women: The presiding magistrate of the Electoral Tribunal defended the sentence that was approved by the plenary session of the superior chamber, because he said that it is an electoral issue in which this jurisdictional body does have the power to make decisions.
➔ Protection of Yasmín Esquivel suspended after complaints from UNAM: In the series of complaints that it presented, the University alleges that Esquivel’s lawsuit is notoriously inadmissible and should not even have been admitted.
➔ Supreme Court admitted 30 more appeals against Plan B: Although all requested the suspension of the act claimed, Pérez Dayán denied them the precautionary measure considering that there is no human right violated, which requires the immediate protection of the SCJN
➔ They dictate preventive detention to the head of security of La Polar: The judge in charge of the hearing issued the precautionary measure of preventive detention against the accused, who will remain detained in the North prison while his legal situation is determined in the coming days.
➔ They identify Americans kidnapped in Matamoros: authorities point to the Gulf Cartel: US media reports that an armed faction of the Gulf Cartel is behind the kidnapping, last Friday, of four US citizens in Matamoros, who have already been identified.
➔ A month after the earthquake in Turkey, survivors cry out for refuge: There are hundreds of thousands of people who still require shelter. As for the aid of survivors, barely 10 percent of the billion dollars that were requested have been covered; the UN estimated 397.6 million dollars needed to help the victims.
➔ The mysterious ‘rain of worms’ that baffles China: A mysterious phenomenon was reported on the streets of China. It is about the rain of worms that affected thousands of people and that went viral on social networks in the last hours.
➔ Gustavo Petro’s son, accused of receiving drug money: Living in a penthouse of 2.5 billion Colombian pesos (about 522 thousand dollars), the purchase of expensive jewelry and bank withdrawals of large sums of cash are some of the luxuries of the Colombian deputy.
➔ Five are linked to the process for homicide in the Ramos Arizpe annex: This Monday, a control judge determined to link six people to the process for the murder and threats against Misael “N” in a rehabilitation center, registered during the past week.
➔ They cut Coahuila 420 million pesos of federal resources: Just as the year 2022 ended, with a deficit, Coahuila began in the same way in 2023, because in the month of January the 420.6 million pesos foreseen in the Federation Expenditure Budget (PEF) did not reach the state coffers.
➔ Everything you need to know about the 8M march in Saltillo: This march will begin sharply at 4:00 p.m. this Wednesday outside the Tecnológico de Saltillo esplanade, and as soon as the concentration is ready, they will leave for the plaza of Plaza Tlaxcala in the Historic Center of the City.
SPORTS AND SHOWS
➔ Avril Lavigne’s romance with Tyga confirmed: Just two weeks ago, Canadian singer Avril Lavigne revealed that her engagement to Mod Sun ended, and more or less around the same time, she was seen dating Kylie Jenner’s ex, rapper Tyga.
➔ Chelsea reaches the Champions League with water up to their necks: The team faces a ‘do or die’ round of the Champions League Round of 16, as it is practically the only thing they are fighting for this season, against a Borussia Dortmund that arrives with the advantage of the first leg (1-0) and on a positive streak.
➔ WEEKLY: Evelyn is missing, adolescent victim of femicide: Evelyn was 16 years old and always promised to return home. “Mommy, I always come back,” she assured her mother. But she one day she did not come back. She left work and three days later she was found murdered in the closet of a house in the Rancho las Varas neighborhood. Evelyn wanted to be a nurse to help people and fix her mom’s house.
➔ AMLO invests very little to solve femicides, accuse activists: The economist Lucía Pérez Fragoso points out that AMLO’s six-year term has reduced his aid to agencies and institutions that work in favor of women, and, although previous administrations “also made mistakes”, the budget bags have inflated like never before.