On June 27th, Miguel Gómez Mont started a fight in the VIP area of Soccer City Stadium on Southafrica, who ended when local police goes in. Sadly, the fight was between mexicans. That the General Director of National’s Allowance for Tourist Promotion (FONATUR in spanish) and brother of the Ministry of Interior (SEGOB) do this in his vacation don’t was for public sanction, but the presence of video record on cellphone and the fact that was associated to World Cup macht, forced the government to fire him. Other situations in which governors get caught on tape making felonies goes unpunished.
This set a question: Do the public servants need to had a public emblem -like a gown, band or something else- that signals when they are on-duty and when are ordinary citizens? Listen my analysis here.