President of Mexico
President of Mexico Felipe Calderón conducts public anti-crime conferences.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador apologizes for the Torreón massacre that happened during the Mexican Revolution in 1911, in which revolutionaries led by Francisco I. Madero targeted immigrant Asian merchants, among whom 303 Chinese Mexicans and five Japanese Mexicans were slaughtered. This is the first time the Mexican government apologizes for the massacre.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announces he will donate a quarter of his US$4,806 monthly salary to help health services fight the virus. He also encouraged other public officials to follow his move.
According to a later statement, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and government authorities ordered officers to let Guzmán López go free to avoid a "bloodbath" and "preserve the lives of our officers and bring calm back to the city".
Enrique Peña Nieto of the Institutional Revolutionary Party is sworn in as the President of Mexico as violent clashes occur outside.
Felipe Calderón, the President of Mexico, asks Joe Biden, the vice-President of the United States for assistance in stopping the flow of money and weapons into Mexico.
Carlos Pascual resigns as United States Ambassador to Mexico due in part to tensions with the President of Mexico Felipe Calderón.
The President of Mexico Felipe Calderón travels to Washington, D.C., to meet with the President of the United States Barack Obama, the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives and other leading political figures.
President of Mexico Felipe Calderón calls for a debate on the legalization of drugs.
President of Mexico Felipe Calderón replaces his Secretary of the Interior, Fernando Gomez Mont, after weeks of speculation.
Mexican President Felipe Calderón's visit to a community centre in Ciudad Juárez where 13 teenagers and two adults were shot dead at a school party on 31 January is disrupted by murders, riot police and dozens of protesters.