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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Since 2000 more than 82 have been killed. A high number of journalists have been kidnapped or disappeared. https://freedomhouse.org/sites/default/files/Protecting%20Journali sts%20and%20Human%20Rights%20Defenders%20in%20Mexico.pdf important steps to address violence against journalists, including initiatives to protect journalists and ensure that crimes are properly investigated and prosecuted Journalists in Mexico report the most dangerous events in the world. Journalists in Mexico need to be protected. Vulnerable journalists have a high rate of being targeted by drug cartels The Law for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders and Journalists was initialized in June of this year. Mexico's President Enrique Peña Nieto is trying to set a law for the protection of the journalists' rights. The Law for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders and Journalists was passed in June 2012. Most of the crimes against journalists are committed under state jurisdiction. Freedom House addressed the issue by working with groups. The law for the protection of journalists protects them when they are threatened of endangerment and when they are endangered. Journalists in Mexico did not have protection for the stories they have uncovered because others thought it was not important and necessary. There are 7 states that are stilll uncommitted to the agreement to approving the mechanism. Protecting Human Rights Protecting Human Rights The Calderón administration has approved several measures for the protection of journalists and their articles.
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