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2011 - Mexico Global Integrity Scorecard

2011 - Mexico Global Integrity Scorecard

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Global Integrity scorecard for Mexico, measuring a range of factors related to corruption, transparency, and good governance.
Global Integrity scorecard for Mexico, measuring a range of factors related to corruption, transparency, and good governance.

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Scorecard 2011: Mexico 2011
Overall Score:
68
WEAK 
Legal Framework Score:
83
STRONG
Actual Implementation Score:
52
VERY WEAK 
Category INon-Governmental Organizations, Public Information and Media
65
 
I-1Anti-Corruption Non-Governmental Organizations
60
 
I-2Media's Ability to Report on Corruption
58
 
I-3Public Requests for Government Information
75
 
Category IIElections
77
 
II-1Voting and Party Formation
88
 
II-2Election Integrity
83
 
II-3Political Financing Transparency
60
 
Category IIIGovernment Conflicts of Interest Safeguards & Checks andBalances
59
 
III-1Conflicts of Interest Safeguards & Checks and Balances: Executive Branch
62
 
III-2Conflicts of Interest Safeguards & Checks and Balances: Legislative Branch
52
 
III-3Conflicts of Interest Safeguards & Checks and Balances: Judicial Branch
46
 
III-4Budget Process Oversight & Transparency
75
 
Category IVPublic Administration and Professionalism
61
 
IV-1Civil Service: Conflicts of Interest Safeguards and Political Independence
41
 
IV-2Whistle-blowing Protections
58
 
IV-3Government Procurement: Transparency, Fairness, and Conflicts of InterestSafeguards
85
 
IV-4Privatization of Public Administrative Functions: Transparency, Fairness, andConflicts of Interest Safeguards
60
 
Category VGovernment Oversight and Controls
76
 
V-1National Ombudsman
85
 
V-2Supreme Audit Institution
88
 
V-3 Taxes and Customs: Fairness and Capacity
65
 
V-4Oversight of State-Owned Enterprises
67
 
 
V-5Business Licensing and Regulation
75
 
Category VIAnti-Corruption Legal Framework, Judicial Impartiality, and LawEnforcement Professionalism
72
 
VI-1Anti-Corruption Law
100
 
VI-2Anti-Corruption Agency or Equivalent Mechanisms
65
 
VI-3 Judicial Independence, Fairness, and Citizen Access to Justice
60
 
VI-4Law Enforcement: Conflicts of Interest Safeguards and Professionalism
63
 
 
Anti-Corruption Non-Governmental Organizations
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IndicatorScore
1Are anti-corruption/good governance NGOs legally protected?
67
 
2Are anti-corruption/good governance NGOs able to operate freely?
67
 
3Are anti-corruption/good governance NGO activists safe when working oncorruption issues?
33
 
4Can citizens organize into trade unions?
75
 
1 Are anti-corruption/good governance NGOs legally protected?
01a: In law, citizens have a right to form NGOs focused on anti-corruption or good governance.Comments:
 The Federal Constitution spells out in Title I of Chapter 1, Article 9 that the right of peaceableassociation cannot be hindered or prohibited. Non-governmental organizations are regulated also in a specific law called Ley Federal de Fomento alas Actividades Realizadas por Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil. This law has the purpose of promoting civil societies' activities and establishing general rules for their finances and setting out theirrights and obligations. The right of association, which allows citizens to form NGOs, is recognized in the supreme law of thecountry. The frame that circles the right is located in the rights and liberties catalog, which recently wasmodified to the title of “The Human Right and its Guarantees,” which gives full recognition of theinternational framework signed by Mexico. The reform appeared in the Official Paper in June 10, 2011.
References:
Federal Constitution, Title I of Chapter 1, Article 9.Federal law governing activities of civil society organizations, or Ley Federal de Fomento a lasActividades Realizadas por Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil.
01b: In law, anti-corruption/good governance NGOs are free to accept funding from any foreignor domestic sources.Comments:
 The specific law, Ley Federal de Fomento a las Actividades Realizadas por Organizaciones de laSociedad Civil, grants the right to get funding from foreign or domestic sources, subject to theapplicable tax rules.
References:
Ley Federal de Fomento a las Actividades Realizadas por Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil,Chapter 2, Article 6.
01c: In law, anti-corruption/good governance NGOs are required to disclose their sources of funding.Comments:Score:
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