Feb 9, 2012

Mexico Politics: Peña Nieto suggests efficacy against crime and gradual withdrawal of the Army

Excelsior: "The presidential candidate of PRI, Enrique Peña Nieto, called for more effective strategies in combating organized crime by strengthening the work of intelligence. The former governor of Mexico State stressed that combating organized crime is an undeniable power of the state and he acknowledged that while some of the actions implemented have been successful, the strategy requires review and revision to achieve greater efficiency.

"I think there are several actions undertaken so far by states and the federal government that are paying off. I think that what works well be kept. I am committed to Mexicans to design and achieve greater efficiency," he said. In this regard, the former governor is in favor of strengthening the work of the areas of intelligence in order to strike blows with greater precision against organized crime." Spanish original

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