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Ms Minerva HERNÁNDEZ RAMOS (Mexico)

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Senado de la República
MX - 06030 - México

Working language: English


In the political groups

In the Assembly

  • since 25/01/2021 Representative - Mexico
  • from 21/01/2019 to 24/01/2021 Substitute - Mexico

In the committee(s) and sub-committee(s)


Last speeches

11/10/2023 | 20:03:56 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Good morning, everyone. Addressing and analyzing the issue of violence against women with disabilities is a matter of paramount importance and urgency. Sadly, we forget that women with disabilities face multifaceted challenges in their daily life that deepen even more when they are victims of violence. Discrimination, marginalization, and gender-based violence cruelly intensify when intersecting with disability, generating a vicious cycle of... 11/10/2023 | 20:03:45 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Good morning, everyone.Spy software and secret state surveillance is a phenomenon that threatens the foundations of our democracies. Software programs like "Pegasus" have enabled unprecedented state secret surveillance in the history of our nations; they have been used to spy on journalists, human rights activists, politicians, and ordinary citizens in several nations.As a Mexican parliamentarian, I can tell you that this type of software is... 23/06/2023 | 12:35:49 And I greet you with a warm Mexican smile.  In an increasingly interconnected world, where technology has become a fundamental part of our society, it is our duty to ensure that all individuals have the same opportunities to participate fully in the economy and in everyday life. Inequality and access to and use of digital technology is a reality that affects millions of people across the globe.  In Mexico, some 82% of people use digital technologies in the urban areas and 56% in rural areas... 23/06/2023 | 10:50:13 Transnational repression emerged as a global phenomenon after the tragic events of October 2008 when Mr Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi journalist, was murdered and dismembered inside the Saudi Arabian Consulate in Istanbul. As a Mexican parliamentarian, I have a moral obligation to raise my voice in the face of the phenomenon of transnational repression, especially since associations such as Reporters Without Borders have said that Mexico is the second-most dangerous country in the world to be a... 26/04/2023 | 20:01:21 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2)   Good morning, In Mexico, 38 years ago there was an earthquake of 8.1 magnitude and 6 years ago we suffered an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.1. When we learned in my country what had happened in Turkey and Syria, our hearts, prayers, and thoughts went out to them, as did everyone present. In Anglo-Saxon law, natural disasters are known as "acts of God" and therefore no person can be held responsible for their consequences. And although...