Síntesis Informativa Lazos
Número: 3233
Fecha: México, D. F. a 27 de septiembre de 2016

To English speakers: below you will find information in English published by American and Canadian press.
 

Bandera de México   MEDIOS NACIONALES / ESTATALES - MÉXICO / MEDIA IN MÉXICO

REVISA EL INE PROYECTO PARA RECIBIR VOTOS POR INTERNET / CARINA GARCÍA / EL UNIVERSAL
La Comisión Temporal del voto de los mexicanos en el exterior del INE inició ayer el análisis de las vías para, por primera vez, recibir sufragios por internet en las elecciones presidenciales y de senadores en 2018. (…) La Comisión Temporal del INE se instaló ayer y conoció el Informe Ejecutivo de la Unidad Técnica de Servicios de Informática sobre el proyecto Voto Electrónico para Mexicanos Residentes en el Extranjero, según el cual “se identifica como viable el uso de internet para los sistemas de votación”
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TRUMP DICE QUE MÉXICO ROBA EMPLEOS A ESTADOUNIDENSES / LA JORNADA
Los últimos desarrollos sobre el primero de tres debates presidenciales entre la demócrata Hilary Clinton y el republicano Donald Trump (todas las horas son del Este de EU): 21:15 Donald Trump inicio el debate pregonando su plan para crear empleos y aseverando que México y otros países los están robando”. Trump dijo: Nos están robando nuestros empleos”, señalo, y afirmo que la construcción de fábricas en México es como “la octava maravilla del mundo”.
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ESTO FUE LO QUE SE DIJO SOBRE MÉXICO EN EL DEBATE ENTRE CLINTON Y TRUMP / EXCELSIOR
El candidato presidencial republicano, Donald Trump, mencionó a México en la primera frase del primer debate con la demócrata, Hillary Clinton, con el fin de orientar la discusión hacia la fuga de empresas de Estados Unidos buscando abaratar costes instalándose en otros países. China fue el segundo país que mencionó el empresario y al que también culpó de la pérdida de empleos en estados del cinturón industrial de Estados Unidos, como Ohio y Michigan.
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AMLO PLANEA ABRIR LA FRONTERA / LA JORNADA
El presidente de Morena, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, anunció que en su momento presentará al gobierno de Estados Unidos su plan de reactivación económica fronteriza, que incluye la apertura de más de tres mil kilómetros de largo y 20 kilómetros hacia adentro, para que connacionales y extranjeros puedan ingresar con libertad y reactivar el lado mexicano. “Vamos a presentar una propuesta a los gobernantes de Estados Unidos para que se impulse el crecimiento económico y la creación de empleos en nuestro país”,
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CIENCIA MEXICANA QUE HA HECHO HISTORIA / BERENICE GONZÁLEZ DURAND / EL UNIVERSAL
Aun así la inventiva del ingeniero mexicano ha dejado patrimonio histórico. Para muestra varios botones. En 1940 el ingeniero mexicano Guillermo González Camarena patentó el “sistema tricromático de secuencia de campos, utilizando los colores primarios, rojo, verde y azul, para la captación y reproducción de las imágenes”, lo que representaría la creación del primer sistema de transmisión a color para la televisión.
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HOW LATINO VOTERS AND LEGISLATORS ARE CHANGING CALIFORNIA POLITICS / LOS ANGELES TIMES
California Latinos are helping to ensure a Democratic majority in the state’s Legislature, but they are hardly a politically monolithic group. The range of their political positions creates a complicated picture of both progressive and centrist influence on state politics. As the number of Latino legislators and voters grows, they will add to the shades of blue that dominate California’s political landscape.
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IN MEXICO, THEY WERE HOPING CLINTON WOULD DO BETTER / PATRICK J. MCDONNELL AND CECILIA SANCHEZ / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Trump has attracted widespread hostility in Mexico for his threats to deport immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally, and to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. In the wake of Monday night’s presidential debate, some analysts here were disappointed that Clinton did not do better. “Clinton wins the debate; the key question is if this first debate stops the momentum of Trump,”
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IMMIGRATION TAKES BACK SEAT IN DEBATE / LOMI KRIEL / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS – NEWS
The two presidential candidates offered surprisingly little insight into their views on immigration during their first debate Monday night, even as Republican nominee Donald Trump has built his campaign around the issue. The televised debate at Hofstra University in New York comes as new polls show the two candidates are essentially tied and as a Texas Lyceum survey this month found immigration and border security are the top issues on voters' minds. Nationally,
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TRUMP'S IMMIGRATION VIEWS AREN'T ALL BALDERDASH / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Donald Trump can thank me later. Drawing from a new study on the economic effects of immigration, I'm going to make the best possible case for the positions he's taking as the Republican nominee for president. Do immigrants take jobs away from native-born Americans? Do they lower wages? Do they drive up tax bills? Trump believes the answer to each question is yes, as he showed in a fiery speech last month in Phoenix, Arizona.
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WASHINGTON MUST ADDRESS LEGAL HELP FOR MINORS IN IMMIGRATION COURT / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Talk about a rigged system. If you’re a child — an unaccompanied minor, who arrived at the border from Central America — seeking permission to live in the U.S., you have a 75% chance of winning your case if you have a lawyer. If you do not have a lawyer, and you’re forced to navigate the byzantine system on your own, you’ve got a 15% chance, according to statistics compiled by Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse. Sadly, only about a third of kids have lawyers,
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9 REASONS WHY EXPATS ARE STILL FLOCKING TO MEXICO / KATHLEEN PEDDICORD / HUFFINGTONPOST
With more than a million U.S. expats settled in south of the border, Mexico is the most popular choice for North Americans looking for a better life overseas. Of course, one of the biggest attractions of Mexico is its easy accessibility. Depending on your location in the United States, you can drive to many parts of Mexico along good roads. If that’s not an option, the airports at Cancún and Mexico City are accessible from most U.S. cities, and plans are underway to open flights to secondary Mexican towns.
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“VENIR DE UNA FAMILIA DE REFUGIADOS ME HIZO LUCHAR POR SUS DERECHOS” / PILAR MARRERO / LA OPINIÓN
Ahilan Arulanantham, hijo de inmigrantes de Sri Lanka, ha pasado buena parte de su carrera legal defendiendo los derechos jurídicos de personas en proceso de deportación y hace poco recibió la gran noticia de que su trabajo había sido recompensado con la famosa Beca MacArthur para Genios. La beca, otorgada por la Fundación MacArthur, incluye un premio en efectivo de más de 600,000 dólares, sin ningún tipo de condiciones para quienes lo reciben,
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MEXICANOS HACEN LLAMADO A ESTADOUNIDENSES PARA QUE NO VOTEN POR TRUMP / LA RAZA
Activistas de la organización civil Avaaz llamaron en México a los estadounidenses residentes en el país norteamericano a votar contra el candidato presidencial Donald Trump, en las elecciones de noviembre próximo, por considerar que el republicano es “una amenaza global”. Con una manifestación al pie del representativo monumento conocido como Ángel de la Independencia de la Ciudad de México, la agrupación continuó su “caravana mundial anti-Trump”, orientada a “movilizar a los votantes de Estados Unidos que residen en el exterior”,
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ACTIVISTAS PIDEN A HISPANOS QUE NO VOTEN POR RUBIO O TRUMP / GISELA SALOMON / EL NUEVO HERALD
Varios grupos de activistas se unieron el lunes para denunciar que el senador Marco Rubio apoya a Donald Trump y le pidieron a la comunidad hispana que no vote por la reelección del legislador de la Florida ni la postulación del aspirante presidencial republicano. "Marco Rubio no nos representa. Le pedimos a la comunidad que acuda masivamente a votar por anticipado contra Rubio y Trump", manifestó María Rodríguez, directora ejecutiva de la Coalición de Inmigrantes de la Florida.
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LATINO VOTERS TAKEN FOR GRANTED / ESTHER J. CEPEDA / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS – NEWS
News stories are starting to trickle out citing “deep concern” about whether Hispanics — who, polls show, prefer Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump — will head to polls in the numbers the Democrats need in order to win. But a better question is: Why should Latinos be expected to turn out to vote when so little attention is paid to them? They seem to matter only to journalists hot to publish overly simplistic reports proclaiming that Hispanics will either be decisive or again fail to punch their weight on Election Day.
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EN LONG ISLAND SE VIVIÓ OTRO DEBATE POR EL SALARIO MÍNIMO E INMIGRACIÓN / EDWIN MARTINEZ / EL DIARIO NY
Los alrededores de la Universidad Hofstra de Long Island, donde este lunes se realizó el primer debate presidencial entre Hillary Clinton y Donald Trump, se convirtieron en escenario de otros debates entre simpatizantes de los dos candidatos. Cientos de trabajadores y activistas, en su mayoría latinos y afroamericanos, hicieron un rally con el que exigieron el aumento del salario mínimo a $15 dólares en toda la nación, sea quien sea el ganador en la lucha por la Casa Blanca en noviembre.
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TRUMP OVERSTATES JOB LOSSES TO MEXICO / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS - NEWS
TRUMP: "Our jobs are fleeing the country. They're going to Mexico. They're going to many other countries. ... Ford is leaving, thousands of jobs leaving Michigan, leaving Ohio." He added, "They're leaving, and they're leaving in bigger numbers than ever." THE FACTS: There are no official data on job flows between countries. However, the U.S. economy has added nearly 14.9 million jobs since 2010, when the economy bottomed out after the recession. Since GM and Chrysler declared bankruptcy, the auto industry in particular has recovered and resumed hiring. The industry has added 300,000 jobs since June 2009, when the recession ended.
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MEXICAN PESO GIVES CLEAREST MARKET SIGNAL THAT TRUMP LOST DEBATE / ISABELLA COTA AND NETTY ISMAIL / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
The Mexican peso rebounded from a record low, a sign investors may perceive Hillary Clinton outperformed Donald Trump in the first U.S. presidential debate. The currency rose 1.75 percent to 19.5354 per dollar as of 9:23 a.m. in London, the biggest gain across more than 140 currencies worldwide, after the debate concluded. In a CNN/ORC poll of debate watchers, 62 percent said Clinton won the exchange. The candidates clashed over trade, the economy and race relations.
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ALICIA MACHADO, THE WOMAN TRUMP CALLED MISS HOUSEKEEPING, IS READY TO VOTE AGAINST DONALD TRUMP / JANELL ROSS / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
It took Alicia Machado a long time to speak about all her experiences with Donald Trump, and all that the year she spent working for the then Trump-owned Miss Universe pageant unleashed. Since the late 1990s, all that most people who are aware of Machado have known about her is that she was crowned Miss Universe in 1996, tangled with Trump over her weight and then moved on to a career in TV and movies. As of Tuesday morning, some Americans have no doubt heard a bit more about Machado, a woman mentioned by Hillary Clinton on the debate stage Monday night.
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Bandera de Canadá    MEDIOS EN CANADÁ / MEDIA IN CANADA

QUEBEC IMMIGRANTS FACE DISCRIMINATION ON JOB MARKET: RESEARCHER / MONTREAL GAZZETTE
Newcomers face discrimination on the job market in Quebec, according to a Quebec research institute. The Institut de recherche et d’informations socioéconomiques (IRIS) published a report Tuesday on the issue, and pointed out that this happens despite the fact many immigrants are selected because of their professional competency. Julia Posca, a researcher with IRIS and author of the report, said that over-qualification, lower income and a higher unemployment rate summarize the situation faced by immigrants, especially women.
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    NOTICIAS EN OTRAS REGIONES DEL MUNDO

ANGELA MERKEL HASN’T DECIDED ON ANOTHER TERM. DOING SO MAY FORCE HER TO ADMIT REFUGEE POLICY WAS WRONG / NATIONAL POST
Another week, another election defeat for Angela Merkel, and a familiar round of calls for the chancellor to acknowledge she’s to blame. Each successive blow at the hands of the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany party piles pressure on Merkel to admit that her refugee policy of the past 12 months is leading her Christian Democratic Union ever further into the electoral desert. So far she’s refusing to back down, leading to speculation she may not contest federal elections due in 2017.
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CENTRAL EUROPE SEES ANTI-IMMIGRATION FERVOR, NO MIGRANTS / PABLO GORONDI / WASHINGTON POST
Together, Hungary and the Czech Republic took in just around 1,000 asylum-seekers last year. Still, rallying cries against migration have dominated the debates ahead of upcoming ballots in the two Central European countries. Along with Poland and Slovakia, they have also become the most vocal critics of the EU’s plan to share refugees according to a quota system. The influx of migrants into Europe has also upended the political order in many countries in Western Europe, which received more than 1 million asylum-seekers last year, yet analysts say it’s not surprising that opposition to newcomers is at its highest in the mainly homogenous societies in Central and Eastern Europe.
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