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MEXICO EDITION. Three weeks after the Mexican government closed the electric company Luz y Fuerza del Centro, the energy sector has announced concessions for telephone and television companies. Meanwhile, poor neighborhoods and industrial areas have suffered blackouts, and in the state of Puebla there is a risk of flooding, since the plants that used to use the river current to generate power have been closed. Martha Elena Ramirez hosts this edition of Voz Pública, from Mexico City.
Guest: Mario Govea Sansón, Engineer and energy specialist, Institute of Research and Energy Studies of the Workers of Latin America and the Caribbean, and the National Institute of Nuclear Research, Mexico City.