At yesterday’s weekly conference, the Secretary of Public Security, Cristóbal Castañeda, announced that a 15 percent drop in criminal incidence has been achieved in the municipality of Culiacán, which is the one that caused the most concern because it accounted for the largest number of events and because a third of the state’s population is concentrated there.
Governor Rubén Rocha’s instructions are to remove Culiacán from among the 50 most violent cities in the world before the end of 2022, and that is why most security operations have been concentrated there, although work is being done in coordination with federal corporations to cover all other municipalities.
In a kind of zero tolerance, and attending to this priority, there is an increase of 77 percent in arrests, both for misdemeanors and crimes. Due to the governor’s absence, the week was chaired by the Secretary General of the Government, Enrique Inzunza.
Potpourri. The date that Mayor Gerardo Vargas had set to make changes in his cabinet was fulfilled and these came from where they were least expected, since he relieved Alma Marien Fierro in Education and in her place appointed Sixto Rosas, and in the Institute of Youth leaves Rodolfo Ramos and Karem Félix enters, while Japama appointed Hilda Rosario Báez as new commercial manager.
Immediately in the Sinaloense Party they shouted to the sky, since Alma and Rodolfo were quotas assigned to the party since the beginning of the administration and with the changes a message of breaking with Héctor Melesio Cuen is launched and many attribute it to the fact that the PAS played against the people of Trebol in last Sunday’s election in which they managed to place 3 district delegates, including the president of the Fedasin, José Luis Polo Pafox.
This rupture could already be seen coming since councilor Carlos Valle Saracho, who arrived at the council endorsed by PAS, preferred to leave the party and take refuge in the shadow of the mayor. Lawsuit is predicted for a while.
BRUNETTE. The controversy over the election of district delegates in Morena continues. As the popular saying goes, everyone thinks according to how the fair went, and yesterday I had to share opinions with colleagues Oswaldo Villaseñor and teacher Ana Luz Ruelas. We address the issue in a virtual conference organized by the newspaper EL DEBATE.
There are coincidences in which many vices of yesteryear persist, such as the smuggling of voters and possibly the buying of votes, but we must give the benefit of the doubt to the leaders of the party led by Mario Delgado, who assure that they took the risk by opening the election to the militancy and the population in general and who accuse that the lawsuits that arose were provocations by infiltrators from other parties and even in some states and municipalities where the opposition governs that they tried to break up the contest.
AID. Members of the Rotary Club of Los Mochis visited the Santa Rosa nursing home last Sunday and brought them medical consultations, medicines, disposable diapers and care.