Meade proposes attacking impunity to end insecurity

Meade proposes attacking impunity to end insecurity

During his first intervention in the first presidential debate, candidate José Antonio Meade said that “as long as there is impunity, there can be no security.” He said that, if he wins the presidency, he will propose the creation of a unique Penal Code so that crimes are punished in the same way throughout the country.

He also indicated that he will create the Specialized Investigation Agency on Kidnapping and Trafficking. He also promised to quadruple the State’s investigative capacity. According to Meade, “from 2011 to 2014 crime descended to rise again”, so his government would focus on “prevention, deterrence and combat impunity, because we have fallen short on those three issues.” “We must give the Armed Forces legal certainty. Thus the citizen will be certain of how the Army is acting, “he said. On the issue of the decriminalization of drugs, he said that “it seems to me that decriminalizing drugs is an issue that very partially attacks the problem of violence. For security we still have to make a much greater effort. ” Addressing the issue of corruption and impunity, Meade said that it is not enough to talk about honesty, but that it must be and demonstrate it, and that during his administration there will be no “moches” or “leagues” or “industrial ships”. . He proposed: to be a president without jurisdiction, to make the 7de7 declaration mandatory; that the SAT, the INE and the Treasury are part of the Anticorruption System, and deploy total transparency and have open contracts. The flag bearer accused Andrés Manuel López Obrador, of the coalition Juntos Haremos Historia, of hiding three apartments that appear in the Public Registry of Property but not in a declaration, while Ricardo Anaya, of Por México al Frente, reproached him for his style of life that exceeds what the 3de3 statement reveals. lg To print

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