The famous journalist Martha Anja believes that “in the middle of the six-year term Andrés Manuel López Obrador and with him change of administration in the United States it is viewed a new repositioning of Mexico and the president in its role for the neighboring country to the north and Latin America ”.
This, in relation to what happened last Saturday at an event at Chapultepec Castle for the members of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC).
In the opinion of Anaya, during the event “the president” surprised a lot, starting with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) who did not know the president’s speech “, because he spoke during his speech about position Mexico as leader in Latin America, calling for unity without confrontation and demanding a different treatment than the ‘backyard’ of interference, interventions or incursions as has happened “.
“What did Andrés Manuel López Obrador ask for? Unity among the countries of Latin America, a common voice against supranational bodies such as the United Nations (UN), the G20, the Security Council and of course a farewell to the Organization of American States (OAS) ”.
For our collaborator, this Reposition Mexico “It is striking because it strains the relationship with the United States” and suggests that it could be a way to respond to the current frictions in the bilateral relationship.
In view of this, Martha Anaya suggests that you do not lose sight of this “In Latin America, something is called ‘pink tide’‘”, A term he uses to refer to” left and center-left rulers arriving, “who may well form that” tide “against the United States.