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185,000 Killed in Mexico in 9 Years, 70,000 Under Peña Nieto | News | teleSUR English

4.5.16

185,000 Killed in Mexico in 9 Years, 70,000 Under Peña Nieto | News | teleSUR English - “Regarding insecurity and violence, for Enrique Peña Nieto his mission and promises have not been met,” critical news outlet SinEmbargo said recently. “In the first three years of Peña Nieto’s administration, the efforts to reduce homicides have been completely frustrated.”

When campaigning for president, Peña Nieto promised that in less than a year the people of Mexico would see a reduction in organized crime.

But from Dec. 1, 2012—the date Peña Nieto took office—to Nov. 30, 2015, a total of 65,209 confirmed homicides were reported. The Mexican government has denied the number of homicides, admitting only to approximately 54,000 homicides, a still-astronomical figure.


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