In dialogue with Exitosa, the mayor of San Luis, Ricardo Pérez, indicated that Peru should withdraw from the Pact of San José and assured that he is in favor of using the death penalty for criminals.
In an interview with Exitosa, the mayor of San Luis Ricardo Prez, show yourself in favor of imposing the death penalty on criminals and assured that they must be “abolished.”
In the conversation of the program “Successfully Listening to You” led by Katyusca Torres Aybar and Pedro Paredes, the mayor explained that the Peru had to leave the Pact of San José. In addition, he stated that it is important to work with a comprehensive policy to prevent crime.
“In the face of a criminal murderer or hitman caught in flagrante delicto, he does not deserve to live (…) These people are no longer useful, they must be eliminated. We cannot have half measures and that is why I consider that we must withdraw from the Pact of San José (…) We must work in the short, medium and long term with a comprehensive policy to defeat crime,” said he.
Also, the The Mayor of San Luis explained that the insecurity of the citizens will overflow and compares the country’s crime situation to Mexico and Ecuador.
“It will overflow, we are just starting (…) It has happened in other countries like Ecuador and now it is unmanageable. In Mexico itself there are areas that have been liberated. Do we want to get to that?” , he continued.
Extension of the state of emergency
On the other hand, Prez Castro criticized that the interior minister Vicente Romero, consider that not all districts of Lima and Callao should declared an emergency and pointed out that he “doesn’t have a reading of the citizen’s demand.” In addition, I mentioned that the The State has no policy to fight crime.
“It seems that the minister does not read what the citizens are asking (…) There should be a state of emergency in all the districts of Lima (…) There is no State policy against crime,” he explained..
In the same line, the mayor urged the president of the Republic, In Boluarte, call members of the National Citizen Security Council a (Conasec).
“I believe that the Minister of the Interior, through the President of the Republic, should convene the regional governments, the municipal governments, the Congress of the Republic, the Judiciary, the Office of the Prosecutor, through the National Citizen Security Council that already exists, but it lacks leadership,” he added.
In this way, the mayor of San Luis Ricardo Prez, argued his position in favor of implementing the death penalty for criminals because he considers that the robbers who are caught in flagrante delicto “do not deserve to live”.