The Hagamos party reported that “Jalisco suffers from a public security crisis that has increased in recent days with the number of violent homicides, disappearances and femicides that have occurred, mostly, in the Guadalajara Metropolitan Area.
He pointed out in a statement that “despite the fact that the governor of the State has presented supposed advances in the matter, the perception of insecurity in the population continues to increase and The facts show that the violence, far from giving in, is intensifying day by day”.
This was stated by the president of Hagamos, Ernesto Gutiérrez Guízar, who said that we are facing a real crisis that requires immediate action and a comprehensive security strategy.
It was revealed that actions such as the “volantas” are a sign of improvisation and lack of results, announced with a stir and pointed out as violating human rights by our party and dozens of actors.
“The lack of coordination and collaboration between the different levels of government leaves the people of Jalisco defenseless, while criminal acts continue to take place in an environment of normalization and impunity that are alarming. We are facing a true human rights crisis that includes agencies in charge of peacebuilding, public security, the administration and prosecution of justice, and it even reaches a forensic crisis,” said the state leader.
Gutiérrez Guízar highlighted that the latest statements by the governor of the State in which he celebrates the fact that more and more graves and bodies are being found speaks of an erroneous approach to this crisis; “An indicator of this type shows the effectiveness of a government that attends to death instead of protecting life.”
“Since the unfortunate events of June 2020, the state governor himself declared that the Prosecutor’s Office and other corporations were infiltrated by organized crime without any progress being made in the investigations into who corrupts the elements, their implications and actions to combat these. facts. Today we see with horror that nearly a hundred of these elements, who must guarantee the security of the population of Jalisco, have participated in crimes of forced disappearance, with only 18 prosecuted.
let us reiterate again their concern about the way in which public insecurity has been addressed in the entity and demanded immediate action from the authorities to reverse this situation.
“The daily life with which we see these crimes they are a sample of the impunity and lack of reaction capacity on the part of the authorities that prevail in Jalisco. It is not enough to accept that the problem exists, but that it has overflowed to conditions that border on the horror and desperation of the people of Jalisco, that every day we are, in one way or another, victims of this situation,” said President Ernesto Gutierrez.
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