Girls and adolescents under the age of 20 are the ones who register the most disappearances in Mexico, according to the Data Cívica study published this week.
This was what Data Cívica found based on data on missing persons from the federal government.
Between 2006 and 2022, 214,646 people have been reported missing throughout the country.
Of that total, 40 percent still remain in missing person status; 56 percent of the people were found alive, and 4 percent were found dead.
However, of the number of missing persons . . .