Mexico City Official Corruption Grows by 250 Percent
By Andrew Crawford, Marketing –
Corruption among Mexico City officials has grown 250 percent, according to reports from the office of Mexico City Mayor Miguel Mancero. From September 2013 to September of the following year, 2,615 officials were reportedly sanctioned, up from 1,807 the year before. Corrupt officials received a total of 914 temporary suspensions and 614 warnings.
The data was revealed days after Armando Gonzalez, one of the top Mexico City government officials, was accused of leading an alleged corruption scheme by authorizing the massive purchase of tires with a premium of 30 percent.
Tools for Changing Corrupt Traditions
Mexico has a long history of corruption, and something needs to change. A revolutionary new product called EyeDetect™ has the potential to eliminate fraud and corruption in governments and businesses across the globe. EyeDetect, produced by Converus Inc., is an inexpensive, non-intrusive, easy-to-administer lie detection test. It scans the subtle movements of the eye while the person is asked true/false questions by a computer. This eliminates the subjective malfunctions of the standard polygraph test.
EyeDetect has the potential to be a huge player in ethical business practices and government checks. Imagine if the Mexican government examined their employees for fraud every. This could really change the game and eliminate all the negative publicity associated with the Mexican government.