Mexico's Broad Assault on Corruption

Redefining Criminal Liability Through Accountability and Integrity Programs

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Over the last five years, Mexico has undertaken important structural reforms to several segments of the Mexican economy, most notably, the energy sector that was previously closed off to foreign investment.

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  • Rich Robins

    And yet Mexico remains the world‘s leading kidnapping nation, with a murder rate that‘s somewhere around 3 times that of the USA... How can that be? Please read on:

  • Rich Robins

    Mexico‘s sincerity about fighting corruption is still quite dubious, as its lack of adequate funding for Recompensas.gob.mx shows. That‘s a rewards website for turning in crooks, at which cash prizes can be won for doing so. Meanwhile why isn‘t Mexico finally allowing foreigners to speak freely about Mexican political and other matters without fearing deportation pursuant to Article 33 of the Constitution? If "nadie es profeta en su tierra" how does it make any sense to shut foreigners up like the Mexican Constitution still does? Mexico‘s immigration laws are far more strict than the USA‘s too: directory.com.mx/immigration Mexico doesn‘t want criticism of its crookedness, and foreigners are otherwise the most likely to spot corruption where locals are too accustomed to it. But at least Mexico has 3 strong political parties. The folks in Washington D.C. behind Debates.org won‘t even let 3rd parties debate unless they‘ve already got over 15% of popular support. No wonder the USA is so much deeper in debt, relative to annual GDP: usdebtclock.org/world-debt-clock.html

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