After months of scandals, new rules in Mexico to tackle corruption
“One day, it’s police and soldiers killing civilians. The next, top government officials lapping up perks of wealth and power.
After months of scandals and public outcry, the administration of President Enrique Peña Nieto has endorsed new anti-corruption measures that many hope will begin to rebuild Mexicans’ lack of trust in their government.
Peña Nieto’s popularity has fallen over the past year as public crises have rocked his government and contributed to an impression that Mexico is becoming an increasingly consequence-free zone for political corruption.”