It is a well-calculated and designed speech that practically every day at your morning lecture, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, refers to the corruption of previous governments.
No matter what topic he is talking about, he always has a way of wrapping any explanation with the same plea.
However, according to the column of Raymundo Riva Palacio published by Vanguardia, it can be stated that Lopez Obrador he has failed in his attempt. Not only because impunity is maintained, but because the qualification given by his governed to his crusade is negative.
The National Survey of Civic Culture released a few days ago by INEGI, which delayed its release until after the elections, brought bad news to the National Palace. Six out of 10 Mexicans do not believe the word of Lopez Obrador and considers that corruption continues the same or worse than during the government of the president Enrique Peña Nieto. 38.2% believe that “it has remained as high” as with Peña Nieto, and 23.4% consider that it has increased. The saturation of the President’s word in the conversation has not had a major effect on the population, who apparently have seen in acts of corruption by his family and collaborators, greater support for disappointment.