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He has definitely been elected to shake things up, said Eric Farnsworth, vice president of the Americas Society. And he has been very explicit that, right from the beginning, he is going to prioritise helping Mexicos poorest. He has promised $5 billion in scholarships and youth training programmes, in a bid to give young people a future and take away the cartels cannon fodder making good on his campaign promise: Becarios si, sicarios no yes to scholarships, no to hitmen. Mexico's streets have, in some states, been militarised since 2006 He will also launch his National Guard the administrations controversial plan for a combined military-federal police force in a bid to end the historic levels of violence plaguing the country. Critics have panned the idea, saying it is no different from the failed strategies of Felipe Calderon, who declared war on the drug gangs in 2006, and then Mr Pena Nieto, whose Gendarmerie did nothing to stem the bloodletting. Furthermore, they see it as a betrayal of his campaign promise to focus on the societal causes of cartel violence, rather than resorting to military bombardment. John Ackerman, a columnist and law professor at Mexicos largest university, UNAM, strongly disagrees. The creation of the National Guard is absolutely the demilitarisation of Mexico, he said. The Guard will be made of mainly federal police, with some members of the military police. Its not keeping the troops on the streets at all. Mr Ackerman laughed แทง บอล ออนไลน์ ขั้น ต่ํา 300 when asked if he was optimistic for Mexicos future. His wife, Irma Sandoval, will become director of the civil service secretariat in essence, Mr Lopez Obradors corruption tsar and Mr Ackerman himself is a longtime friend of the new president, serving as an unofficial advisor. Im hardly independent, he said.
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