The fight against corruption, the persecution of criminals, is of little use to reduce the enormous numbers of violence that Mexico has endured for almost a decade — almost 100 murders a day — if the vast majority of cases are not resolved. An extensive report by México Evalúa, which reviews the official information on the work of prosecutors and judges in 2020, throws up shocking data: 94.8% of crimes go unpunished. Not a sentence, but not an agreement between the parties, or reparation of the damage, in many cases they do not go to trial and are . . .
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