Watchdog groups are gaining strength, opposition parties are challenging and exposing the faults of the status quo, and social and traditional news media organizations are increasingly seeking to hold officials accountable.“There will be more of these because the issue has taken off,” said Ricardo Corona, a public finance expert at the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness, a research group in Mexico City. “There is encouragement on the issues of transparency, accountability, access to information.”via Official Corruption in Mexico, Once Rarely Exposed, Is Starting to Come to Light – NYTimes.com.
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