Lower house of Mexican legislature approves constitutional reforms on education

By Juan Montes and Anthony Harrup, 29 April
Mexcian President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (photo credit: Henry Romero/Reuters)
Mexcian President López Obrador (photo credit: Henry Romero/Reuters)
MEXICO CITY—The lower house of Mexico’s legislature approved constitutional education reforms that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says would undo his predecessor’s landmark 2013 overhaul, one of the new president’s main campaign pledges. The bill still has to be passed by the Senate, where Mr. López Obrador’s party and its allies lack the two-thirds majority needed to amend the Constitution without some opposition support.
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