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A City without Laws

OPINION By ALEJANDRO ENVILA FISHER The crisis with Mexico City’s Superior Court of Justice is a surging problem which, in addition to leading to a serious traffic jam, could lead to a reduction in private investment, economic decline, higher unemployment in a city with already too few jobs and ungovernability in the country’s capital. It could also derail Mexico City

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Mexican Government Faces Suit Over Illegally Auctioned Vehicles

By KELIN DILLON After selling off a number of luxury vehicles seized from the hacker organization the Bandidos Revolutions Team in 2019, Mexico’s National Institute to Return the Stolen to the People (Indep) is now facing lawsuits for auctioning off the cars – most of which were made by high-end manufacturers such as Ferrari, McLaren, Lamborghini and Mercedes-Benz – without

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Judge Orders Restoration of Mexico’s Full-Time School Program

By KELIN DILLON On Wednesday, Sept. 7, Mexico’s Third District Judge in Administrative Matters of Mexico City, Yadira Medina Alcántara, enacted a nationwide amparo (legal injunction) to restore the country’s Full-Time Schools program (ETC), which was controversially ended in anticipation of the implementing the National Regeneration Movement (Morena) led government’s The School is Ours (LEEN) initiative by the end of

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