Citizen Lab Research Fellow Luis Horacio Nájera was interviewed in a Huffington Post piece after Mexico’s presidential election results were announced. Nájera spoke about the youth movement known as YoSoy132 and their activities during the presidential campaign.
“YoSoy132 has not thrown its support behind any one presidential candidate or party and, like Occupy Wall Street, eschews any formal leadership or well-established list of demands. But there are a few points on which members are clear. YoSoy132 has called for democratization of the monopolistic Mexican media and criticized the presumptive next president, Enrique Peña Nieto. Members are angry about the direction their country has taken and fear that current leaders — especially Peña Nieto — will not push for the needed change,” writes Molly O’Toole.
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