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Marco Ivan Vargas

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  1. Ariel Vázquez Elorza & Marco Iván Vargas Cuéllar, 2012. "Análisis Del Fondo De Infraestructura Social Municipal En El Estado De Veracruz (Fais)," Tlatemoani, Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga), issue 11, December.
  2. Marco Iván Vargas Cuéllar, 2010. "Niveles De Participación Ciudadana En Las Políticas Públicas: Una Propuesta Para El Estudio De Mecanismos Institucionales De Participación," Tlatemoani, Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga), issue 2, June.

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