On September 29, 2022, President Gabriel Boric announced the 2023 budget law, in which he gave a speech focusing on the fight against insecurity.
They were allocated in this budget 39 billion pesos with the aim of developing and strengthening the operational capabilities of institutions involved in Prevention, control and prosecution of organized crime.
In this context, according to information from Radio Biobío the Espacio Público study center is preparing to launch its second Report on “Public Safety Spending”.
The report highlights that the National Plan to Combat Organized Crime had only implemented a single plan as of June this year 19.4% of allocated resources.
The report emphasizes that additional announcements and resources are not enough.
“It’s not just the announcements and availability of new resources, but also a decline in the way these are translated into more robust policies to strengthen them National security and determine how and within what deadlines it should be fulfilled,” they explained.
According to Espacio Público’s analysis, the budget is divided between several institutions responsible for security.
He 45% goes to Carabineros and the Investigative Police (PDI)He 32% to the courts and other 20% to penal institutions.
The above-mentioned media clarifies that the Ministry of the Interior has not directly referred to the information published by Espacio Público; However, you pointed it out The percentage mentioned is not precise.
It should be noted that the Espacio Público study provides further details on this Budget law will be available starting this Wednesday, September 20th.