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Innovative bus tour highlights corruption in Mexico

The sights include an independence monument that went so over-budget that four hospitals could have been built in its place and a mansion owned by the Mexican president's wife, built by a favoured government contractor. Source: TRT World.

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Anti-corruption NGOs are hosting bus tours around Mexico City in an attempt to highlight corruption in private and public sectors.

As Latin America struggles against corruption, an innovative new way of fighting graft in Mexico City has been causing a stir in the capital.

Activists working for NGOs fighting against corruption are organising tours in a bus aptly named Corruptour.

The Corruptour is free and takes tourists and locals around a route which highlights some of the most glaring examples of corruption from the private and public sectors.