Organisation: ElUniversalData/Spaceshiplabs/ICFJ/CONNECTAS (Mexico)

Publication Date: 04/10/2017


According to data from the state debt of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, analyzed and presented in an interactive microsite, by EL UNIVERSAL, 9 of the 10 administrations that have most indebted to their states in the last 23 years come from the party in The government, the PRI. In order to be able to compare the governments of each state, we calculated the per capita debt and percentage of gross domestic product using data from the INEGI and Hacienda from 1993 to the end of 2015. In our interactive microsite we can visualize a comparison of these governments by three categories: debt per capita, debt of the % of gross domestic product and debt in millions of pesos. The list of those who increased the most per capita debt is plagued by controversial governors. First, we have Jorge Torres López (Coahuila) who increased the debt by approximately $ 9,112.80 for each coahuilense. Currently the former governor (interim delegate by Humberto Moreira) has an extradition order from the United States and is considered one of the most wanted of the DEA, accused of money laundering related to the debt of Coahuila. In the list of those who have most indebted also appear three governments that will be renewed this June 5, 2016. They are the cases of: Chihuahua, Quintana Roo and Zacatecas, whose governors appear in the second, fourth and fifth position respectively. In these three states are expected tight elections that could bring alternations to power between claims by the processes of indebtedness.
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