10 May 2019
The following lists events that happened during 2000 in Mexico.
President: Ernesto Zedillo (until November 30), Vicente Fox (starting December 1)
The National Autonomous University of Mexico, which is closed since April 1999, becomes the scene of a mass rally to protest against rising tuition fees and to require student participation in the restructuring of Latin America's main university. February 23: Musician Carlos Santana receives 8 Grammy Awards, achieving the same record that Michael Jackson, established in 1983. April 15: Pope John Paul II names Eduardo Patino and Hipolito Reyes Larios as bishops of the newly created dioceses of Córdoba and Orizaba in the state of Veracruz. July 2: Mexican general election, 2000. December: Tens of thousands of people were evacuated from the area near Popocateptl by the government, based on the warnings of scientists. The volcano then made its largest display in 1,200 years.
September 9: Carlos Castillo Peraza. Politician and journalist.