Eduardo Medina-Mora Icaza

Eduardo Medina-Mora Icaza

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Eduardo Tomás Medina-Mora Icaza (born on 30 January 1957 in Mexico City) is a Mexican lawyer who served as Attorney-General in the cabinet of President Felipe Calderón from 1 December 2006 to 7 September 2009 and as Secretary of Public Safety from 2005 to 2006 in the cabinet of President Vicente Fox.

In 2009 President Calderon sent to the upper house of the Congress the designation of Medina-Mora as Mexican Ambassador to the United Kingdom; Medina-Mora was confirmed by the Senate as Ambassador on November 12, 2009 with 84 votes in his favour and 7 abstentions. No votes against his designation were received.

On 23 February 2010, Medina-Mora presented his credentials to Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace accrediting him as Mexico's representative to the United Kingdom. The Ambassador attended the ceremony accompanied by his wife, Laura and officials from the Mexican Embassy.

Top Gear controversy

Following a broadcast of the television programme Top Gear on January 30th 2011, during which the presenters made several derogatory slurs depicting a stereotypical portrayal of Mexican culture and people, Medina-Mora wrote to the BBC about comments made by Richard Hammond, Jeremy Clarkson and......
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