Author: Mariela Díaz Sandoval
The purpose of this article is to explore and identify the characteristics of PPPs in the pri son sector. We argue that it is a new modality to privatize key sectors without representing benefits for prisoners. In addition, PPPs have involved a large outlay where conflicts of in terest, corruption and opacity go together. We conclude by arguing that the privatization of
the repressive state apparatus in any way con tribute to reducing violence in the country.
this article aims to demonstrate the informal logistics within the political parties in Mexico. It is understood as a mechanism of mediation between militants and leaders. Methodology: from a qualitative approach, the role of informality in the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), the National Action Party (PAN), the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), and the National Regeneration Movement (MORENA) was explored.