Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
Roderic Ai Camp
© 2013 Hector Villanueva
This piece examines the lack of rule of law in Mexico through an analysis of police and judicial reform efforts. After providing a historical overview of the development of Mexican policing and the judicial branch, it pinpoints shortcomings of reform operations in the justice sector. It suggests that without addressing corruption and informal procedures in those institutions, meaningful reform and true rule of law in Mexico will be unlikely. The piece then focuses on civil society's capacity to bolster justice reform and act as an agent of rule of law.
Villanueva, Hector, "The Challenge of Police and Judicial Reform in Mexico and the Promise of Civil Engagement" (2013). CMC Senior Theses. 655.
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