Andrés Manuel López Obrador - Mexico's first leftist president in seven decades - has been sworn in at a ceremony in the country's parliament.
The former Mexico City mayor pledged on Saturday to end corruption and impunity to transform the nation on behalf of the poor and marginalised.
The 65-year-old, popularly known by his initials Amlo, won a landslide victory in July - his third presidential bid.
Mexico's López Obrador sworn in as first leftist president in decades
The political veteran begins his six-year term with approval ratings of 56%.
His predecessor Enrique Peña Nieto leaves office with only 24% - his administration was plagued with corruption scandals and crime-related murder rates reaching record-high levels
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