Obrador's vision: Controversy in Mexico over proposed amnesty

Mexicans are divided over the bold plan to grant amnesty to some people involved in organised crime.


    Mexico's president-elect is already appointing key cabinet picks - even though he only takes over the top job in five months' time.

    Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is also outlining how he will implement campaign promises.

    One of the most controversial is giving amnesty to some of those involved in organised crime.


    Al Jazeera's John Holman has more from Mexico City.


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