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A MEXICAN bishop has proposed a “social pact” that would include drug traffickers to tackle violence that has prompted calls for a rethink of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s security policy.,
The pact was needed so that “all of society and even criminals could join in some way,” Sigifredo Noriega, bishop of the violent northern state of Zacatecas, told the newspaper Milenio.