Will Historic 2018 Mexican Presidential Election Invigorate Anti-Corruption Efforts?

Corruption was a key issue for voters in the Mexican elections when they elected President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. This may signal a turning point for Mexico, as it is struggling with widespread corruption, serious security concerns, and political and economic uncertainties. The most direct and immediate impact of López Obrador’s election on corruption in Mexico will be the degree of autonomy for anti-corruption institutions and the likelihood of citizen participation in the investigation of high-profile cases and day-to-day corruption practices. Learn more about how anti-corruption reform could play out under the new administration.

 

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