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Public bulletin from CSOs and individuals about our participation in the Multi-stakeholder Group of the EITI in Mexico

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On May 6, 2016, a group of civil society representatives will meet in Mexico’s Energy Ministry (SENER) to begin working towards the installation of the Multi-stakeholder Group of the EITI in Mexico, as we believe that the EITI can be a good opportunity for the country if it explicitly includes social and environmental parameters from a human rights perspective (see attached statement for our list of considerations and priorities). However, if we determine that the conditions for our participation are not possible, we will consider withdrawing from the process. We will be informing the society about the development of this process and the participation of this civil society group as we proceed.


Alcosta Alianza para la Sustentabilidad del Noroeste Costero, A.C
Asociación Ecológica Santo Tomás A.C.
Dr. Jorge Dolores Bautista, UVI Sede regional Huasteca
Fabiola Sosa, UAM Azcapotzalco
Fundar, Centro de Análisis e Investigación
Horacio Beristain Navarro, Información Accesible y Rendición de Cuentas, A.C. (IARAC)
Jorge Eduardo Navarrete y Ramón Carlos Torres Flores, Integrantes del Grupo de Energía PUED/UNAM
Manuel Llano, CartoCrítica

 Paul Alejandro Sánchez Campos, Ombudsman Energía México
Proyecto sobre Organización, Desarrollo, Educación e Investigación (PODER)
Teresina Gutiérrez, Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas-UNAM
Transparencia Mexicana

Ciudad de México, May 5, 2016

contacto@eitimexico.org