Interesting article on how Mexico is fighting corruption
From the article (emphasis are mine)
“The fight against corruption is a multilateral responsibility, and it needs a new kind of creative and positive leadership from different sectors of society to ensure systemic change. The Mexican case is interesting, not because the problem is solved, but because a new type of leadership emerged to set a different agenda.”
This is how Mexico is fighting corruption – World Economic Forum
Corruption is a chronic and systemic disease throughout the whole Latin American region. Transparency International´s Corruption Perceptions Index paints a clear picture: 81% of the countries from the Americas have a score below 50 out of 100. From Brazil to Venezuela, and Panama to Mexico, corruption scandals have become an all too common occurrence in Latin America.