Monthly Archives: July 2013

How Should Mexico Fight Corruption?

One of the major areas targeted for reform in the Mexican government’s Pact for Mexico is “Transparency, Accountability, and the Fight Against Corruption” (section 4 of the Pact). The reforms in this area foresee the following: greater accountability of government … Continue reading

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Inside the Mexican Government’s Pact for Mexico

Following the election of President Enrique Peña Nieto in July 2012, Mexico’s three major political parties began holding joint discussions on the trajectory of reforms that Peña planned to undertake during his administration. The final product of the three-party meetings … Continue reading

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Strawmen Will Be Considered Money Launderers

President Enrique Pena Nieto sent an initiative to the Congress of the Union in order to strengthen the actions against money laundering, and terrorism and its financing, which address recommendations of the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering. The … Continue reading

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