With an election looming a Mexican panel discuss the country's political future including issues such President Trump and the US, the wall, Nafta, drugs, corruption and violence.
With a general election on the horizon, Mexicans will soon decide who will become their new President - and which direction the country should now take. How should Mexico engage with the USA and President Trump? Will the wall between the two nations ever be built? What will happen to the Nafta trade agreement? And what positions will the presidential candidates take on drugs issues, inequality, corruption and violence?
Jonathan Dimbleby discusses these issues with a Mexican panel:
Armando Rios Piter - Independent Presidential candidate and Senator
Denise Dresser - Professor of Political Science and writer
Andrés Rozental - former Deputy of Foreign Affairs Minister and former Ambassador
Valeria Moy - economist and director of the think tank Como Vamos?
BBC World Questions is a series of international events created in partnership with the British Council.
(Photo: People holding Mexican flag. Credit: Getty Images)
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