The Guardian ---------- A Mexican presidential candidate has accused the country’s intelligence service of surveilling his campaign – part of a pattern of alleged espionage against opponents of the current president Enrique Peña Nieto and his embattled administration. Ricardo Anaya, the likely candidate for a right-left coalition, posted a tweet on Tuesday showing him confronting a person following him in a Jeep. After an awkward handshake, the driver readily identified himself as working for “Cisen”, Mexican intelligence. He said he was following Anaya “so that there’s no problem”. “Instead of pursuing criminals, they’re spying on opponents,” Anaya tweeted. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.
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