Roberto Valdovinos, head of the Institute for Mexicans Abroad, is shown speaking in a video behind as he gives a news conference, sitting center, in Mexico City, Thursday, March 14, 2019. The Mexican government is launching open-ended public consultation forums in the U.S. to give Mexicans living there a chance to opine on Mexico's national development plan.
Roberto Valdovinos, head of the Institute for Mexicans Abroad, is shown speaking in a video behind as he gives a news conference, sitting center, in Mexico City, Thursday, March 14, 2019. The Mexican government is launching open-ended public consultation forums in the U.S. to give Mexicans living there a chance to opine on Mexico's national development plan. Marco Ugarte AP Photo
Roberto Valdovinos, head of the Institute for Mexicans Abroad, is shown speaking in a video behind as he gives a news conference, sitting center, in Mexico City, Thursday, March 14, 2019. The Mexican government is launching open-ended public consultation forums in the U.S. to give Mexicans living there a chance to opine on Mexico's national development plan. Marco Ugarte AP Photo