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The (anti)pedestrian bridges project for Merida

By Twenty Twenty It looks avant-garde and useful, but far from being effective and secure, the pedestrian bridges project for Merida’s beltway could become into...

Torture and arbitrary detentions seem to be common part of police operatives

By Twenty Twenty Arbitrary detentions or with violence, and also torture, seem to be part of the current ways for Yucatecan police to face crime...

Human right defenders will track hate crimes in Yucatan

By Twenty Twenty Two local human rights defender organizations from will become part of the Observatorio Nacional de Crímenes de Odio contra Personas LGBTI, in...

Mexican Supreme Court has attracted three trials against Yucatan State Congress

By TwentyTwenty This year, the Colectivo por la Protección de Todas las Familias en Yucatan is hopeful to win a lawsuit against local congressmen for...

Yucatan: among the lowest regions on schoolar education average

By TwentyTwenty Yucatan is placed at the 10th position of the lowest average on scholar education in Mexico, with a media of 9.6 year of...

It’s mating season for red grouper fish and its capture is forbidden meanwhile

By TwentyTwenty Mexican authorities order to forbid red grouper fishing for two months. The constant fishing of red grouper (mero or American cherna) in the Yucatan...

Amid COVID-19 restrictions, beer industry had a quick recover

In April and May 2020, amid the first restrictions to prevent COVID-19 in Mexico, beer industry had one of its worst moments, but only...

Hundreds of cats and dogs are asking for your help!

By TwentyTewnty COVID-19 pandemic has affected not only people but dogs and cats, animals which have no home. That’s the reason why the shelter Evolucion...

Mayan train threatens Cuxtal natural reserve at Merida

The Mayan Train project is a threat for the Echologic Reserve of Cuxtal, a Natural Protected Area located at the east of Merida, whose...

Sexual harassment in Merida: it just doesn´t stop

By TwentyTwenty Photogrpah: FreePick One in four adult women living in Merida assures to have faced any kind of situation related to harassment or...

COVID-19 tooks Momo’s kingdom at Xmatkuil this year

By TwentyTwenty Merida’s Carnival will have place from the 10th to 17th of February with virtual activities for this new reality, not under the traditional...

Merida’s beltway: a deadly route for cyclists and pedestrians

By TwentyTewnty Merida’s beltway is already obsolete for the city’s mobility due to the growth and housing development of these recent years. In this circuit, which...

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