Wednesday, April 21, 2010


The authorities are outraged that all sorts of information (personal credit card, official documents, etc etc) is for sale in Tepito, the notorious hub of illicit activity in central Mexico City where nearly anything is for sale. The authorities, for some reason, are also outraged that the rackets in Tepito got their hands on information from the government information agency, INEGI. (officially, the national institute of statistics and geography.) I know INEGI is not a transparency institute, but I still find this slightly ironic.

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