Alberto Fernández acknowledges that "something more will have to be done" against crime in Rosario | Video

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Alberto FernandezPresident of Argentina, recognized that the violence and organized crime are “a very serious problem” and that “Something else will have to be done." after that in Rosary beads, hometown of Lionel Messi, was presented this Thursday armed attack against a business belonging to his in-laws and threats against him.

In a political act in the town of La Poma, in the northern province of Salta, the Argentine president stated:

We are doing a lot, but obviously something more will have to be done. There, in Rosario, the problem of violence and organized crime is a very serious problem.

Something must be done for the people of Rosario and Santa Fe because they are Argentines.

The metal mesh of the supermarket owned by the family of Antonela Roccuzzo, Messi's wife, located in Rosario, was shot with 14 shots in the early hours of this Thursday.

In addition to the shots, a message dedicated to the captain of the Argentine team:

Messi we are waiting for you, (the mayor of Rosario, Pablo) Javkin is also a drug trafficker, he will not take care of you.

Rosary beads, where Messi usually celebrates the Christmas holidays and has a casa within a gated community with her family, she is considered the city ​​most punished by violence in Argentinahit by acts of insecurity due to the action of drug gangs.

Fernandez had blamed this Wednesday in his opening speech of the ordinary sessions in the Parliament to the Chamber of Deputies for not approving his proposal Judicial reform and the Supreme Court.

According to the president, Santa Fe suffers "the Lack of courts that impede prompt prosecution of organized crime that has expanded in its territory”.

(With information from EFE)

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