Victims of Corruption: Damage Reparation and Legal Standing
|Criteria in Mexico||Status|
|Existence of legal standing for CSOs||yes|
|Existence of legal standing for citizens||yes|
|Possibilities for citizens or CSOs to intervene in corruption cases in other capacities||yes|
|Existence of corruption-related cases brought to court by civil society organisations, journalists, or citizens||yes|
|Existence of procedures for advancing class-actions||no|
|Information is published about corruption enforcement actions||yes|
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3. Source: International Lawyers ProjectFullscreen Mode
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