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Anti-corruption system to cost taxpayers 76 million dollars

Mexico's new Mexican Anti-corruption System will cost taxpayers 76 million dollars as part of the creation of a Specialized Prosecution unit, a Citizen Involvement committee and the creation of a new government department, among other initiatives.

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English 19/09/2016 20:24 Carina García Actualizada 20:24

Mexico's new Mexican Anti-corruption System will cost taxpayers 76 million dollars as part of the creation of a Specialized Prosecution unit, a Citizen Involvement committee and the creation of a new government department, among other initiatives.

A national digital platform will also be launched as part of this new reform, all of which will affect the 2017 federal budget, according to estimates by the chamber of deputies' Center of Statistics in Public Finance.

In order to fulfill its new duties resulting from the anti-corruption reform that was recently passed, the Superior Audit Office of Mexico will need 76 million dollars, says the Center of Social and Public Opinion Statistics.

 

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