López Obrador acknowledges effectiveness of the Yucatan Police

Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador acknowledged the good work done by the Police in Yucatan.

During a press conference the president talked about the good level of security that exists in the state of Yucatan, where he said that Governor Mauricio Vila, emanating from the PAN, made a good decision when he decided to ratify the Secretary of Public Security.

López Obrador explained that Luis Saidén Ojeda, the head of the Public Security Secretariat SSP, has been in office since Víctor Cervera Pacheco was governor back in the year 2000. AMLO highlighted the fact that Saidén Ojeda continued as Public Security Secretary during the PRI governments of Ivonne Ortega and Rolando Zapata, and now,  once again with a governor from the PAN, he remains as head of the Secretariat.

“We are talking about almost 20 years of good results,” said the president. “And the results are good because Yucatán is one of the safest states in the country.”

In response to a question from reporters, López Obrador acknowledged the effectiveness of the Yucatecan Police, which he mentioned: “Is one of state corporations that are working better”.

“There are good police corporations like the case of Yucatan, and others that need to be reviewed,” AMLO said. “Unfortunately, there are places in our country where authority needs to be separated from organized crime … ” AMLO concluded.

TYT Newsroom with information from yucatanahora.mx



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