AMLO niega alza en número de homicidios

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El presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador defendió las cifras de su Gobierno sobre el número de homicidios en el país en lo que va de su administración, y aseveró que se revirtió la tendencia en esta materia toda vez que ya no se sigue la misma estrategia equivocada de sexenios anteriores.

En la conferencia de prensa en Palacio Nacional, el mandatario federal fue cuestionado por el periodista Jorge Ramos sobre la estadística diaria de homicidios, quien comentó "si la violencia sigue, 2019 será el peor año en la historia".

Ante lo cual el mandatario aseveró que se ha controlado la situación, si bien el problema no está resuelto.

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"Hemos mantenido los niveles o se ha revertido la tendencia sobre el delito de homicidios". Andrés Manuel López Obrador, presidente de México

El mandatario federal contrastó las cifras de homicidios desde que inició el actual Gobierno con el periodista, e incluso lo invitó a cotejar los datos señalados por Ramos con los de su administración, y se comprometió a bajar los homicidios, aunque dijo que tomará tiempo, pues "nos dejaron un país con mucha violencia porque había impunidad y mucha corrupción".

Foto: Periodistas cuestionaron al presidente sobre la estadística diaria de asesinatos.
Crédito: Cuartoscuro

First published on April 12, 2019 / 1:57 PM

Derechos Reservados © Publicidad y Contenido Editorial S.A. de C.V. 2014

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