Mexico 2017 earthquakes: Funds, reconstruction still on hold

The Mexican government still lacks a mechanism that tracks emergency spending for recovery funds for the 2017 earthquakes.

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    When two deadly earthquakes struck several states in Mexico in 2017, they flattened tens of thousands of homes and buildings.

    That unleashed a flood of funds from donors for reconstruction efforts.

    The Mexican government said it would put aside $800m for rebuilding the city but little of that has been put to good use so far.

    Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo reports from Mexico City.


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