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Director of Public Safety in Irapuato sacked

Irapuato, Guanajuato. After marches organized by feminist groups from Irapuato to protest the violence experienced by women in Guanajuato and…

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Irapuato, Guanajuato. After marches organized by feminist groups from Irapuato to protest the violence experienced by women in Guanajuato and MexicoHeld last May 1, the Municipal President of Irapuato, Lorena Alfaro García has decided to remove Rubén Omar Jaramillo Mariscal from the post of Director of Public Safety.

In place of former security director J. Reyes Mendez will be captured by Jimenez. The mayor has publicly stressed that his government will not tolerate acts of violence against anyone, and has not allowed demonstrations to happen, saying they will continue to happen and freedom of expression will not be restricted. reason for decision public security department,

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“I have decided to remove the Director General of Police from his post, I reiterate my commitment to be a close, sensitive and open-door government that promotes a respectful dialogue between officers and citizens, upholding women and their rights. The Centre, my government will continue with a steadfast commitment to take up actions that promote a culture of peace”, Reported by the Mayor of Irapuato, Guanajuato, Lorena Alfaro García.

President indicated that in security irapuato, It will not be taken in favor of violence or misuse of public force. Similarly, he indicated that no person of the corporation has the right to make allegations against any citizen.

These are the words spoken by the municipal president of Irapuato, Guanajuato this afternoon:

The fact that Rubén Omar Jaramillo Mariscal is no longer in the position he has is an example that all decisions that violate the law must be approved, as Lorena Alfaro said.

The Irapuato government’s response to complaints of violence at the feminist march