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  • Curing Mexico's street behaviour with laughs
  • Curing Mexico's street behaviour with laughs
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Curing Mexico's street behaviour with laughs

Mexico City is known for overcrowding and high crime rates. A TV comedy series called Houston Tenemos un Programa (‘Houston, We Have a Program’) was launched in 2013, which aims to highlight and confront bad urban practices in the city.

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