Mexico enforcement agencies eye ‘low hanging fruit’

Mexico has been moving forward with its National Anti-corruption System (NAS) that began with a reform of the Constitution in 2015, followed by new laws that partially came into effect in 2017 and were half-heartedly implemented in 2018.

The prolonged implementation has caused fatigue, leaving the impression that things were moving too slowly, particularly when compared with other Latin American peers that have made significant strides in the enforcement of their anti-corruption laws. However, this situation is changing rapidly in Mexico and enforcement will likely soon pick up the pace.

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