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'MexicoLeaks' Necessary to Ensure Journalists Safety – Participant

© Photo : Youtube/México LeaksMexicoLeaks is intended to provide anonymity for sources revealing information on abuse of political power, including corruption and human rights violations
MexicoLeaks is intended to provide anonymity for sources revealing information on abuse of political power, including corruption and human rights violations - Sputnik International
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MexicoLeaks is intended to provide anonymity for sources revealing information on abuse of political power, including corruption and human rights violations.

Corruption - Sputnik International
Mexico Launches Own Wikileaks to Fight Corruption
MOSCOW (Sputnik) — MexicoLeaks, announced last week as an analog of WikiLeaks, will help protect the country’s journalists, a participant of the project and leading investigator of the Proceso magazine Homero Campa told Sputnik.

MexicoLeaks is intended to provide anonymity for sources revealing information on abuse of political power, including corruption and human rights violations. The website, launched March 10, has led to the dismissal of Mexico’s preeminent opposition journalist Carmen Aristegui, famous for her investigations of Mexican government practices.

“The project is necessary for Mexico because there are no safety guarantees for the journalists and information sources in the country. People are afraid to report information to the media, hand over documents. New technology allows to protect information sources,” Campa said.

A supporter decorates a cake as he waits for Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks to speak to the media and members of the public from a balcony at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. - Sputnik International
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Campa condemned the recent dismissal of Aristegui, fired along with two journalists from her team for her cooperation with MexicoLeaks.

An investigation team led by Aristegui recently exposed Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto’s wife held $4 million in real estate. Following the article's publication, Mexico’s first lady promised to sell the property.

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