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Mexico seeks to limit presence and activity of DEA agents

MEXICO CITY (AP) – Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has just handed over another hot potato to U.S. President-elect Joe Biden with a proposal that would restrict U.S. agents in Mexico and remove his diplomatic immunity. The proposal quietly presented this week by López Obrador will require the operators of the anti-drug agency DEA to hand over to the Mexican government all the information they collect, and will require that every Mexican official who is contacted by the agents submit a full report to the Secretary of Relations. Exteriors.

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