Mexico under AMLO: At the Crossroads, Facing 100 Daily Homicides

One year after López Obrador's inauguration as president, violence has now stabilized at a very high level. Experts point to conflicts within the security system.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mexico reaches the end of the year up to its neck with the violent events of October and November. On Sunday, December 2nd, several clashes between police officers and suspected criminals in Coahuila, in the north of the country, left 21 dead, including four police officers.

This is only the latest incident of this dark two-month period, which counts its weeks in killings, ambushes and multiple murders.

The slaughter of Sonora - nine dead, including six children -, Guerrero - 15 alleged delinquents killed in a gunfight with the Army - and Michoacán - 13 police officers shot -, as . . .

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