“Mexican citizens will go to polls in less than a month to vote for the next president. This has enormous implications for Mexico’s future economy, security and social development,” stated event promoters.
“Representatives from each of the major presidential campaigns will have an open discussion about the election, what it will mean for Mexico, and future relations with the United States, and the world,” they added.
The forum, which will take place two weeks before Mexico’s presidential election, brings together party representatives who have previously visited the United States.
The Woodrow Wilson Center, a well-known window on politics in Mexico, has previously invited PAN presidential candidate Josefina Vázquez Mota, PRD candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador, and PRI candidate Enrique Peña Nieto to its headquarters in Washington.
New Alliance (Panal) presidential candidate Gabriel Quadri has never visited the Woodrow Wilson Center, but did visit Washington D.C. last March.