Pandemic and the human condition

We are witnessing a power dispute that invades the main portals of various media in the province, which tries to distort and evade the real underlying problem that we face today. It seems that the news is who denounces whom, who makes alliances with whom, justifying who is vaccinated or who holds the power of the day, when the reality that hits us does not seem to be seen. We continue with an economy in critical condition, education that does not advance, poverty that spreads, vaccines that do not reach, security that is retreating and drugs that advance. A government that seems to look to the side to the claims of each neighborhood through which we pass, tired of demanding greater security and with exhausted hopes. They promised us that they would work to provide us with the security we deserve and that is their obligation as a government. But the reality is that none of the little they promise to improve seems to pay off. The fight against motorcycle rapture crimes did not show the expected results despite having a law. The controls and grid implementation that were announced are failing to move forward. The different meetings held by the Ministry of Security, including with Israeli officials and the different commissions that were created with the aim of combating crime, only remained in that – meetings, analysis and comments – and, the fight against drugs has a enacted law, with its expired extensions and with no real intentions to combat them, which is certainly closely linked to the firepower of the clans and the violent crimes that continue to increase in the province and seem not to stop. None of those announcements and promises had the desired effect; at sight we see the results highlighted in the media. Is there a security plan? Or will we continue to listen to the improvisations of those who seem, do not know how to direct us towards the right direction?

Mariela Weisheim

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