Mexico Edition.

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An international magazine devoted its cover to President Enrique Peña Nieto with the headline “Saving Mexico” because of the structural reforms achieved in his first year in office. Meanwhile, families of the thousands of victims of the drug war are still calling for justice. Juan Carlos Trujillo Herrera, who suffered the kidnapping of six relatives, reported that in Guerrero state, no authority has prosecuted offenders nor is looking for his family. Also in Michoacan, civil organizations announced the purchase of a radar to recover bodies in clandestine graves. In Coahuila, relatives of the disappeared called for the state government to resume the search for missing persons. Martha Elena Ramírez hosts this edition from Mexico City.

Guests: (Recordings) Juan Carlos Trujillo Herrera, whose relatives disappeared in Guerrero and Veracruz, Mexico; Adriana Moreno, member of Fuerzas Unidas por Nuestros Desaparecidos in Coahuila (FUNDEC), Saltillo, Coahuila, México.

 

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