Mexico is descending into a new abyss of violence, and it’s government officials who bear the brunt of the blame as the government of President Enrique Peña Nieto plumbs a new depth of unpopularity.
The latest polling numbers given the Mexican leader a favorability rating of 26 percent, the lowest number for any Mexican president in more than two decades.
One of the leading reasons for the presidential plunge is the nation’s growing level of violence, with the latest victims including both journalists and priests.
Real blood on the newsroom floor
The press has fared poorly under Peña, with an ever-growing number of journalists slain, and politicians from Peña’s party have been linked to some of the slaying.
From teleSUR English:
At least 26 journalists have been killed since President Enrique Peña Nieto took office, including two more last week.
Aurelio Campos, editor at the daily “El Grafico,” based…
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