Looking for resource on Mexican government departments.
Thread poster: patyjs

patyjs  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 14:19
Spanish to English
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Mar 21, 2008

Does anyone know where I can find explanations, or better still, translations of the different departments/ministries/ secretariats etc of the Mexican government.

I'm at a loss as to whether to use Ministry or Secretariat or Office or Department or Division.....I'm not a political animal so I need a "...for Dummies" kind of guide. icon_biggrin.gif

thanks


 

Anna Sylvia Villegas Carvallo
Mexico
Local time: 14:19
English to Spanish
Have you tried...? Mar 21, 2008

http://www.presidencia.gob.mx/

There you have all what you need to know, both in English and Spanish.

Left column, bottom: "Enlaces Secretarías".

English: http://www.presidencia.gob.mx/en/cabinet/

Have fun!

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[Edited at 2008-03-21 19:29]


 

patyjs  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 14:19
Spanish to English
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Tadzio, you're a hero! Mar 21, 2008

Thank you so much. I had been looking under "government" ... never thought to look under presidency.

thanks, againicon_biggrin.gif


 


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