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Calderón and Peña Nieto spent $675 million on planes and helicopters
Mexico hasn't been able to sell the presidential plane because it is too extravagant and luxurious
2020 budget: A glimmer of hope
The payment of pensions, salaries, and public debt take over the budget
Austerity at the IMSS sparks crisis
Should be government implement budget cuts to an institution that provides healthcare to those in need?
Los Pinos, from luxury home to cultural center
During the last 19 years, each President tore down buildings to build others, according to the taste and interests of each leader
AMLO tries to bring opposing poles together
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New Mexican government bans Odebrecht from federal projects
Odebrecht is known for bribing high-ranking politicians, including Presidents, across Latin America
The very high costs of violence
Paramedics helped a man with gunshot wounds, when several armed men blocked the road, threatened them, and kidnapped the wounded man
Peña Nieto spent over MXN $16 million on sumptuous banquets during flights
An investigation by EL UNIVERSAL has revealed that former President Enrique Peña Nieto is fond of haute cuisine and spent millions of food during national and international flights
The administrative disaster left behind
Another number shows the irregularities to build a Criminal Federal Justice Center in Reynosa, Tamaulipas
Peña Nieto and his entourage drank 746 bottles on board the presidential plane
In time, the consumption of alcoholic beverages on board the presidential plane increased and became quite expensive for Mexican taxpayers