Irapuato, Gto.- Despite the differences they have, the President Andrés Manuel López Obrador reported this morning that instead of “blaming each other,” it was decided together with the governor of Guanajuato, Diego Sinhue Rodríguez Vallejo, work together to guarantee the security to the population of Guanajuato.
At a press conference at the facilities of the 12th Military Region, the head of the federal Executive, accompanied by his security cabinet, stated that efforts are being made to improve coordination between the state government and the federal government.
“It was a very good security meeting, the one we held with the citizen governor, with the local authorities of the state of Guanajuato, with the municipal president of Irapuato. This is one of the states with the most problems of insecurity, violence, but as will be seen in the report, the crime with the highest incidence is homicide, in other crimes there is no seriousness that occurs in the case of homicides, the murders ”.
“We are looking to improve coordination between the state government and the federal government. The citizen governor has decided to participate in a joint strategy, regardless of some differences that we have and that is our desire that there be a democracy in Mexico and that implies the right to disagree, plurality, regardless of that we have as authorities the responsibility with the people .
“In that case, instead of blaming each other, it has been decided to join us to give security to the people of Guanajuato,” he said.
The president stated that a joint strategy is already being applied every day with the governor attending to the high rates of violence In this state.
“A joint strategy headed by the governor is already being applied, which in essence means working every day, addressing this problem, that there be daily meetings from very early on, among all those that have to do with security with Guanajuato, both the government of the state as of the federal government.
Although he had reported this Monday that he would be absent from official activities for a week, Alfonso Durazo Montaño, Secretary of Security and Citizen Protection (SSPC), did attend the security meeting that was held at these military facilities.