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Mexico: López Obrador’s First Year

Few changes

The current government revived the Ministry of Public Security (which his predecessor had scrapped) and got rid of the former intelligence service (CISEN) and the body responsible for public officials’ security – including his own – as part of his administration’s restructure and anti-corruption austerity drive.

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