Thursday, February 2, 2023

Legislators differ because of the balance of operations in Culiacan.

Mexico City.- While opposition legislators cast doubt on government data on the operation to arrest Ovidio Guzmán, the Moraynistas affirm that it was a successful strategy with minimal impact on civil society.

Ana Ayala, Murray’s deputy for Sinaloa, assured that a sign of the operation’s effectiveness is that activities in Culiacan have returned to normal.

“The red light, which was on in the capital and some road sections, the situation has already returned to normal, thanks to the fact that the population accepted the letter’s recommendations to stay in their homes. Economic activities are also normal.

He added, “The operation will continue in 18 municipalities to ensure the population that we are achieving normalcy. So the results show that this was a successful operation, civilian damage was not an issue on this occasion.”

Murray’s coordinator in the Senate, Ricardo Monreal, affirmed that what happened in Sinaloa should lead to a review of the government’s three commandments of the security strategy, to strengthen it, since no criminal gang should be placed above the Mexican state. ,

“In order to achieve a quick normalization of life in Sinaloa, society, state institutions and examples from the three levels of government must form a common front with the support of both federal and state authorities.

“There is no task more urgent or important than restoring peace in the family and private lives of people and meeting their demand to enjoy a peaceful environment with security and trust,” he said in a statement.

PAN deputy, Mariana Gomez, assured that the result that the security cabinet considered that the arrest was a gift to President Joe Biden, as it is sad that the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) does not have an arrest warrant.

“The chancellor assured that there would be no immediate extradition, but it is curious because there is no investigative folder here, which speaks of the fact that this was due to Biden’s visit, since there is only one extradition request from the United States Nothing. It’s a coincidence in politics,” he said.

The legislator affirmed that a death or a dozen is regretted, as they affect the families.

He assured that the government is yet to give a report on collateral damage and how it will help citizens who lost cars or damaged their homes or businesses.

“We congratulate the security forces and are sorry for their casualties, and our solidarity will always be with their families.

“If the government must answer for the loss of cars that were burned or businesses that were looted, they are collateral damage that must report statistics and they will. Support that unit as well in the coming weeks.” is needed because we don’t know how gangs will act on criminals,” he said.

The coordinator of the Movimiento Ciudadano deputies, Jorge Álvarez, questioned the figures of deaths and injuries reported by the National Defense because, he indicated, they speak of more than 25 deaths and the daily security reports indicate no homicides in Sinaloa. Didn’t happen

“The same thing happened a few weeks ago, on 19 December, when the Tirado brothers were murdered. And they were not recorded in the daily security report.

He criticized, “Under-reporting of homicides is a constant. They lie even when there is massive public evidence. And with that underreporting they created a ‘turning point’ and justified militarization.”

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