Candidate Xóchitl Gálvez criticizes AMLO’s “hugs, not bullets” policy and proposes judicial reform

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In Zacatecas, Senator Xóchitl Gálvez criticized the “hugs, not bullets” policy of the Andrés Manuel López Obrador government when dealing with crime.

The senator describes it as a “criminal whim” and argues that citizens are left completely defenseless.

Xóchitl Gálvez is the presumptive presidential candidate of the Broad Front for Mexico (FAM).

The senator emphasized the need for an effective strategy to combat crime.

She argues that the current government lacks empathy for mothers searching for their missing children.

Xóchitl Gálvez pledged not to blame the past or López Obrador or Felipe Calderón for the country’s problems.

She argues that confronting crime requires more than good intentions; it requires intelligence, courage, and strength.

The senator advocated for a reform of the Judicial Branch to better combat crime.

She believes that the lack of technical capacity and corruption in the judicial system contribute to impunity and violence.

Xóchitl Gálvez advocates for a constitutional reform so that minor offenses are dealt with in an alternative justice system.

She proposes that justice should focus on serious crimes such as extortion, kidnapping, and homicide.

She criticizes the distraction of the Judicial Branch with a large number of minor offenses.

She points out the difference in criminal behavior between Mexico and the US-Mexico border due to the perception of impunity.

She insists on the need to end impunity to effectively address crime.

Xóchitl Gálvez advocated for improving the justice system and confronting crime with determination.

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