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Rodríguez, José de Jesús González. 2014 ‘Firearm Smuggling.’ Firearms Trafficking: Context, Legislative Proposals and Public Opinion (Trafico de Armas: Entorno, Propuestas Legislativas y Opinión Pública), p. 21. Mexico City: Centro de Estudios Sociales y de Opinión Pública (Social Studies and Public Opinion Center). 1 December

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[L]a Washington Office in America Latina (WOLA), organización que ha señalado que los traficantes de armas intentaron contrabandear alrededor de 250.000 armas hacia México entre 2010 y 2012 y que de ese arsenal, sólo alrededor del 15% fue interceptado… (26)

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26) Washington Office in America Latina (WOLA), es una organización no gubernamental con sede en los Estados Unidos que promueve los derechos humanos, la democracia y la justicia social, la organización se especializa en examinar las políticas de los Estados Unidos en el extranjero.

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[T]he Washington Office in Latin America (WOLA), an organisation which showed that firearm traffickers have tried to smuggle about 250,000 firearms towards Mexico between 2010 and 2012 and only about 15% of this arsenal was seized… (26)

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26) The Washington Office in Latin America (WOLA), is a non-governmental organisation based in the United States that strives to promote human rights, democracy and social justice. The organisation tries to examine US foreign policies.

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