Illegal Mexicans Able to Vote for President

By Mario Conde

Mexicans living in the United States will be able to vote for President of Mexico in 2012 even if they are not legally in the States.

The members of the Institute of Mexicans Abroad met in Guadalajara, Jalisco this month. The group is made of representatives from the United States and gives recommendations to the Mexican Government in order to improve the quality of life of Mexican immigrants living in the U.S. and Canada.

Health and Productivity During the H1N1 Pandemic

Red Cross Joins Forces with National Organizations to

Provide Businesses with Information on Health and Productivity During the H1N1 Pandemic
Free Workplace Seminar Offered

San Diego, November 25, 2009 The San Diego/Imperial Counties Chapter of the American Red Cross will host a workplace seminar where local business management teams can educate their employees with the necessary tools to maintain a healthy and productive workforce during the H1N1 Pandemic.

Baja California is Second Place in Crime and Violence

By Mario Conde

Baja California is second place in crime and violence in Mexico according to a study made by the Center of Investigation for Development.

The State of Baja California was named second place in crime at the national level thanks to information gathered from the Federal National Security System. The State even tops other high criminal states such as Mexico City and Sinaloa. Chihuahua was named the number one criminal State in Mexico.

Direct Flights from Tijuana to Shanghai

By Mario Conde

Baja California Governor Jose Guadalupe Osuna Millan made a trip to China in an attempt to consolidate strategic plans to bring investment to the State.

The Governor began his trip on November 16 and met with the Mexican Ambassador in Beijing, Jorge Eugenio Guajardo Gonzalez. Governor Osuna thanked the ambassador for his support to market Baja California in China. In the meeting, it was notice how Baja California is the leader in this type of commercial trips by bringing businesspeople from all the five municipalities of the State.