Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been CANCELLED. There are currently no plans to reschedule the event, but if so, details will be posted at www.lse.ac.uk/events
Rafael Macedo de la Concha, attorney general of the Republic of Mexico, will speak on the changes in Mexico's law enforcement policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) on Thursday 15 April. Please note this date has been rescheduled from the original date of Friday 2 April.
General Rafael Macedo de la Concha will speak on the changes that have been made to law enforcement in Mexico and examine how these have contributed to the judicial system. What are the views of the attorney general's office on human rights, corruption, espionage and the traffic of narcotics?
Rafael Macedo de la Concha was appointed attorney general of the Republic of Mexico in December 2000. Previous appointments have included legal advisor of the Federal Executive Authority and assistant director of the Legal Fiduciary Department of the national Bank of Army, Navy and Air Force, as well as judge and first magistrate of the Supreme Military Court. He represented the government of Mexico and the secretariat of the national defence before the Department of State of the United States in subjects related to the traffic of arms and drugs.
Structural Changes in Mexico's Law Enforcement Policies is on Thursday 15 April. This event is free and open to all. Please note that this lecture will be in Spanish.
To reserve a press seat, please email the LSESU Mexican Society at: Su.Soc.Mexican@lse.ac.uk
This event is organised by the LSESU Mexican Society.
updated 30 March 2004