by Miguel Toro
 The head of the FEPADE which is the Special Prosecutor's Office for Electoral Crimes.
 Note: He is an interim in the job because the old Attorney General resigned without a very substantive explanation of the reasons why, a couple of weeks ago.
 Let’s note that Odebrecht has been convicted in several Latin American countries of bribing different politicians to get special treatment and concessions.
 Note: The combined efforts of all opposition parties had the votes to reject the firing from the Attorney General’s Office.
 Note: I don’t presume this list to be exhaustive as it came of the top of my head and not after extensive journalistic reviews. The other parties also have their own corruption scandals, but in this administration, the number of government cases have been vastly superior.
 Note: I refer to him as the third, because he is the son and grandson of two former State of Mexico governors with the same name. He is also the cousin of President Peña Nieto.
 It must be noted that Miranda has always worked for the public sector whose salaries are high but seems improbable that they would be enough for a house of that magnitude.
 This is a yearly survey done to more than 20 thousand respondents in all the countries of Latin America regarding democracy and its values. The report can be consulted here: http://www.latinobarometro.org/lat.jsp
 His November 3rd article can be found here (in Spanish): http://www.elfinanciero.com.mx/opinion/perfil-presidencial.html