Mexico. – Former President Vicente Fox Quesada questions AMLO whether Mexico is a “narco-state”, After the President declared that his government would also “Take care” of members of criminal gangs To avoid confrontation regarding the persecution of soldiers in Michoacán.
On his official Twitter account, Vicente Fox reacted to the president’s statements Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador where about video Armed civilians chase soldiers in Nueva Italia, Michoacani,
,Are we already a narco-state?? So much and so much love!!!” (sic), Fox questioned AMLO In a sarcastic tone.
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In another tweet, the 79-year-old former president accused López Obrador of preferring Bringing the Mexican military “on its knees” to combat organized crime Because of his agreement with “amaciato” or drug cartels.
after this diary remodeling announced that the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (cjng) have narco-laboratories to produce methamphetamine in blocked military operations in the areas of Michoacán.
,Lopez likes to bring the Mexican army to its knees And with $catels$ after your “ama$iato”. Are we already a “Narco-State”??? (sic), commented Panista.
What did AMLO say about “taking care” of criminals?
Vicente Fox’s response comes after AMLO assured him on Thursday, May 12, in La Maneira, that his government should also take care of members of criminal gangs, because they are human, therefore Armed forces must avoid conflict,
Regarding the harassment of armed civilians against soldiers in Michoacán, the President of Mexico explained that the Secretary of National Defense, the Navy and the National Guard “have trained to avoid confrontation and that intelligence is used more than forceCriticizing previous governments for prioritizing violence.
“It also changed because we changed the armed forces of the National Guard, elements of defense, but We take care of gang members too, they are humanAMLO said.
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For this reason, he performed a Sedena graph on the number of deaths in conflict between soldiers and alleged criminals abandoned by Felipe Calderón’s “War on Drug Trafficking”, the worst balance ever reached in 2011 with 1,217 conflicts. in which 1,412 people were killed. ,
“Before it was different, there were constant confrontations and so-called soldiers, civilians and soldiers and sailors lost their lives and the ones above didn’t care, because ’emphasis on authority’ is too easy to say, ‘not my hand’ is going to shake’, this is what he said when life was through others,” criticized AMLO regarding previous governments.
Fox questions AMLO on how to “care for” criminals and avoid violence