Americas How governors' offices became ground zero for corruption in Mexico

Two former Mexican governors were recently arrested on charges of corruption. Is it another step forward in anti-corruption efforts, or window dressing to appease voters before Mexico's upcoming elections?

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Two former Mexican governors were arrested this month in Guatemala and Italy, where they had been living low-key lives out of the public eye, following requests for their extradition on charges stemming from alleged corruption while in office.