Mexican presidential candidates shout loudly against corruption. Should we believe them?

Reviewing the strength of their commitment through their proposals and anti-corruption plans

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This article was written in collaboration with Tamara Velasquez, who is now coordinating Transparencia Mexicana’s work on open data and technology against corruption.

Corruption, a word grievously linked to Mexico, is at the forefront of the country’s upcoming presidential election. The four candidates running to head Mexico’s Federal Government — and manage the 18th largest government budget in the world — have pledged to fight corruption fiercely at an unseen scale. However, it seems that the strength of their

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