He also introduced the representatives of the Federal Police, Sedena and Navy that will integrate the “Institutional Operational Coordination”.
Mexico City. (Presidencia) – President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and Security Secretary Alfonso Durazo presented the Diplomat Brigadier General of the General Staff, Luis Rodriguez Bucio, in process of retirement, as command of the National Guard.
“It is very important that the constitutional reform has been carried out, to address the problem that most concerns millions of Mexicans, which has to do with public safety,” said the president in his morning conference.
The Security Secretary, Alfonso Durazo, introduced the members of the Institutional Operational Coordination and explained that this body is composed of a representative of the Federal Police, a representative of the Navy and one of the National Defense.
Representing the Sedena will be General Xicotécantl Núñez Márquez; from the Navy will be the rear admiral of the infantry, Gabriel García Chávez; and representing the Federal Police, Dr. Patricia Rosalinda Trujillo.
In the case of the command of the National Guard, Luis Rodríguez Bucio, a retired brigadier general from the General Staff, will remain.
Who is Luis Rodriguez Bucio?
Rodríguez Bucio was born in Michoacán on August 27, 1956. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Military Administration from the National Defense College; he also holds a master’s degree in National Security and a doctorate in National Security and Defense.
He served as president of the Council of Delegates of the Inter-American Defense Board.
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