Mexico’s outgoing president wants to move fast with a controversial judicial reform

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is pushing for a radical reform to overhaul a judiciary he accuses of corruption. One of the most-contentious changes would be that judges at all levels will be elected by popular vote, instead of being appointed based on merit. The reform will likely be approved as soon as September, even when critics flag it as an authoritarian move that is politically motivated. The World’s Tibisay Zea reports from Mexico City.

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