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  • Effects Of Corruption In Mexico

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    Government Corruption (Mexico) The corruption in the government, one of the main problems in the majority of countries in the world, causing death, poverty and impunity in the life of the persons. People think that government corruption is just buying votes to win the elections, but this is just a little part of the corruption. The corruption of the government has been present for a long time ago, covering a great variety of problems in the society, like the stealing the money from the people,

  • The Impact Of Corruption In Mexico

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    Mexico is the eleventh most populated country in the world with a $2.2 trillion economy (CIA, 2017). It is also an extremely popular tourist destination for Americans and Europeans alike. Moreover, its people have had the highest average annual hours worked in the world every year for the last three years (OECD, 2017). Despite this, their unemployment rate is estimated to be 3.6% and their underemployment at 25% (CIA, 2017). I am going to expand on this country’s issues with corruption, organized

  • The Economic Dequality In Corruption In Mexico

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    THE (APPARENT) DECLINE IN CORRUPTION IN MEXICO Due to its current state, it is vital that one understands the political climate in which Mexico is currently struggling with, particularly in regards to the unfortunate corruption within the government. Although many different factors have contributed to this problem, the two of most relevance in this essay are the economic situation and the activities of the drug cartels. In addition to how these events have led up to this moment, it is also necessary

  • Corruption And Voter Fraud : Mexico Is Not A Democracy?

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    election process. Mexico was able to briefly become a democracy when the 71-year rule of the PRI came to an end in a transparent 2000 presidential election. The lack of voter fraud evidence made it clear that it was one of the fairest elections to date for Mexico. During the PRI power Mexico was a hybrid regime. It was disguised as a democracy that only favored those who were higher up and gave not voting power to the citizens. Killings and voter fraud make it clear that Mexico was not a democracy

  • Mexico's Drug War: Defined by Corruption

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    Mexico 's Drug War: Defined by Corruption The following publication is rife with manipulation and corruption of Mexico 's highest regarded political positions and jurisdictions. Former Mexican President Miguel de la Madrid Hurtado officially declared drug trafficking a national security threat in early 1988. The United Nations estimate that 70% of the drugs flowing into the United States comes directly from Mexican drug trafficking cartels. Mexican cartels rely heavily on bribes and corruption

  • The Politics Of Mexico And China

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    Mexico has been a democracy for close to 100 years, however, in practice, it is only now going through a democratic transition (ONSF). The dislodging of an authoritarian political party from presidency in 2000 made many optimistic about Mexico’s move towards democracy. Similarly, China, a fractured authoritarian state, has been showing increasing signs of democracy. Due to its economic and political trends, many argue that China is well on its way towards becoming a democracy. However, despite these

  • Analyzing Political Corruption And Its Effects On The Mexican Economy

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    Political Corruption and its Effects on the Mexican Economy Gyadisha Sulvaran Palm Beach State College Macroeconomics Warren Smith 4th of April 2014   Abstract For macroeconomics, we were given an assignment to examine and analyze the causes of the business cycle in foreign economies. We were divided into groups of 6 and were given the instructions to randomly select a continent. Our continent was North America. We had to choose between Canada and Mexico. The reason why we decided to choose Mexico is because

  • Systemic Corruption Of Latin America Essay

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    “There is systemic corruption in Latin America.” Corruption is rooted in the psyche of the Latin America population and together with the procedures make impossible or incredibly long, the people prefers to bribe in order to make the procedures. Moreover, corruption affects the highest levels of government. In order to face this problem, “Latin America has made significant progress in combating poverty and inequality.” The economic development of states in Latin America benefiting from the

  • Analyzing Mexico And United States:. History, Political

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    Analyzing Mexico and United States: History, Political Culture and Corruption Jeniffer Quintero Political Science 2 My 16, 2017 Abstract: Analyzing Mexico and United States: History, Political Culture and Corruption In 1917, the government of the United Mexican States became a Presidential Federal republic through its Mexican Constitution(Mexican Constitution, 2010). Like all other countries’ constitutions there has been changes that have been made over time. Somewhere in

  • Lack Of Rule Of Law Enforcement Essay

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    "There is systemic corruption in Latin America.” Corruption is rooted in the psyche of the South American population, which affects the length of their democratic processes, making it easier and shorter to bribe rather than commit to broken processes. Moreover, corruption affects the highest levels of government. In order to face this problem, “Latin America has made significant progress in combating poverty and inequality.” The economic development of states in Latin America allows them to

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