A statement of the Partido Revolucionario de Trabajadores (Revolutionary Workers' Party) on the Mexican elections of 1 July 2018 that I translated into English together with Héctor Agredano River and Fernando Estañol Tecuatl was just published by MRonline. The article outlines a revolutionary perspective on these historic elections and what they mean for the Mexican Left.
The July 1 election represents a moment of political restructuring in
the midst of a profound crisis in Mexico’s current regime. In this
context, the question of whether or not to vote is secondary to the need
to organize the anti-capitalist left, either to seize the opening that a
victory by Andrés Manuel López Obrador could provide to build a united
workers’ movement to the left of his party, or to defend against the
very real possibility of another fraudulent “victory” by representatives
of the PRI-PAN alliance. The statement is available online.