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Contact Admin. The cycle of bloodshed that has gripped Mexico in recent years is again reaching record peaks. The extent of the violence, and other types of crime, have pushed the issue to the top of the political agenda ahead of national elections on July 1. Political killings have also shot up, with politicians, including 48 candidates for office, murdered since the beginning of the electoral cycle in September, according to political consultancy Etellekt.
What is behind the violence? Mexico suffers from a chronic police shortage, with , positions unfilled around the country. The Government Security Agency says Mexico only has around half of the police it needs right now.
Troops have been serving as police since December , when then-president Felipe Calderon launched a crackdown on drug cartels. Human rights groups criticised the move , saying the army were not properly trained in dealing with civilians. Since the crackdown on cartels began, many important drug kingpins have been arrested, leaving gangs to fight among themselves and fragment.
That has lead to more, smaller gangs who are competing over the existing drug trade infrastructure — such as transit passes and good sites for building laboratories.
Faced with that competition, gangs are being driven to diversify their business. The famous Sinaloa cartel, for example, has invested heavily in the production of fentanyl, a new synthetic opioid considered to be times stronger than heroin. Many gangs now make money by robbing freight trains and extorting money from civilians, both of which increase the potential for violence, as does another recent criminal trend in Mexico: They say a pipeline is illegally tapped somewhere in the country every 90 minutes.