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Narco CDMX : el monstruo que nadie quiere ver

Author: Sandra Romandía; Antonio Nieto; David Fuentes, (Reporter); Héctor de Mauleón
Publisher: Ciudad de México : Grijalbo, 2019. ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : SpanishView all editions and formats
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El narco inunda el país... excepto la Ciudad de México. Por increíble que parezca, ése ha sido el discurso oficial de todos los gobernantes que ha tenido la capital del país. Ningún jefe de gobierno, nunca, ha aceptado que los cárteles campean en el corazón de México. Este libro los refuta y evidencia el problema. Caso a caso, documenta qué grupos se pelean las 16 alcaldías, cómo operan, qué está en
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sandra Romandía; Antonio Nieto; David Fuentes, (Reporter); Héctor de Mauleón
ISBN: 9786073176521 607317652X
OCLC Number: 1105949747
Language Note: In Spanish=En español.
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 171 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Las cabezas alrededor del AICM --
El día que La Barbie paralizó Tepito --
El pacto del Ajusco --
Estado de México: el cinturón violento que rodeó a la ciudad --
Heaven: un día el narco se llevó a 13 --
Cobro de piso --
El Cártel de Tláhuac --
Ciudad Universitaria --
Lo que sigue.
Responsibility: Sandra Romandía, David Fuentes, Antonio Nieto ; prólogo de Héctor de Mauleón.

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El narco inunda el país... excepto la Ciudad de México. Por increíble que parezca, ése ha sido el discurso oficial de todos los gobernantes que ha tenido la capital del país. Ningún jefe de gobierno, nunca, ha aceptado que los cárteles campean en el corazón de México. Este libro los refuta y evidencia el problema. Caso a caso, documenta qué grupos se pelean las 16 alcaldías, cómo operan, qué está en juego y de qué tamaño es el monstruo que las autoridades se niegan a ver. Aquí está todo. Así, Narco CDMX demuestra que, en el ajedrez del crimen organizado, la Ciudad de México juega un rol muchísimo más importante de lo que se pensaba. Y alerta: seguir ignorando el desastre pone en riesgo la viabilidad de toda la nación. Es la última llamada.

Narcos are taking over the entire country . . . except Mexico City. Incredible as it may seem, this has been the official speech by all the heads of government that the capital city has had. No head of government has ever accepted that the cartels are in Mexico's center. This book contradicts them and brings proof of the problem. On a case-by-case basis, it documents which groups are fighting to take power of the 16 city halls, how they operate, what is at stake, and how big is the monster that the authorities are refusing to see. Everything is laid out here. Thus, Narco MXCITY shows that, in a chess game of organized crime, Mexico City plays a much more important role than previously thought. It also sounds an alarm: if they continue to ignore these calls, it puts at risk the sustainability of the entire nation. This is the last call.

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