PRI nominates alleged narcos for office

The PRI in Chihuahua nominated Héctor Murguía to run for congress, despite long-standing allegations of corruption and links to trafficking. Murguía was mayor of Ciudad Juárez, and his former head of security is currently imprisoned in Texas on drug charges. In addition, the PRI in Colima nominated Mario Anguiano, the former mayor of the capital city of Colima, as their candidate for governor. His brother Humberto is serving a 10 year sentence for trafficking methamphetamines, and his cousin Rafael is in jail in Los Angeles. The PAN is circulating a crossword puzzle titled “13 characteristics of the PRI” that include the words corruption, crisis, complicity, and narco. (Universal 3/30, Excelsior 3/25)

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