1. The Independent Group of Interdisciplinary Experts has left Mexico after publishing their second report on the Ayotzinapa case. The GIEI left on an inquisitive note, why could the small team of the GIEI do more for the truth than the institution? Their departure was an emotional gathering as the parents and community said their goodbyes.
2. Roberta Jacobson was confirmed as United States Ambassador to Mexico after months of deliberations from the U.S. Congress. She has demonstrated through her public service that she is a highly qualified individual with an extensive background in diplomacy with Mexico.
3. Violence has surged in Acapulco as a growing presence of cartels has been noticed. Federal security is in question as doctors in Acapulco protested the lack of security in the hospitals, as it has become a growing concern.
4. An anti-corruption law proposed by the PRI and the PVEM came to the Senate floor this week. However, as it is missing two of the original seven clauses introduced in Ley 3 de 3, it is not being considered a sufficient effort.