Xóchitl Gálvez will debut military escort on visit to Nayarit
The senator Xochitl Galvez the military escort assigned by the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena), made up of 12 elements, next Thursday, October 19, when it travels to Nayarit.
Interviewed after participating in a breakfast with women leaders and businesswomen of the Employers' Confederation of the Mexican Republic (Coparmex), Xóchitl Gálvez reported that the military security support she will have is already beginning and clarified that it will only be in visits outside Mexico City.
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“I'm going to Nayarit with them, because I'm going by road from Guadalajara to Nayarit; I arrive at night. It's a little dangerous, so I do think it's important to be responsible, as I've said. “This was an offer from the president, made by the general secretary,” he reported.
Xóchitl Gálvez specified that “there are 12 people in total, but remember that some rest and others work and we are talking about an escort. We are not talking about a security thing, about an impressive device.”
He revealed that “today I bring a Humvee and generally in the states they lend me armored trucks, they lend me them, because the truth is I don't have the resources to send armored trucks to the states.”
Frente Amplio, best positioned in CDMX: Xóchitl Gálvez
Asked about the possibilities of Broad Front for Mexico (FAM) to win in Mexico City, assured that “I think it is where it is even better positioned than in the entire country. We have made a lot of progress here.”
And to the express question he made it clear that there will be no setback in terms of freedoms in Mexico City.
“I believe that these freedoms are maintained, there is no step back in the rights won by women, but the issue of security is delicate. I said that we cannot settle for the microcrity that 60% of people feel safe. It is a fatal figure. We have to aim for 100% to feel safe. He was talking about the Montserrat case, where the Prosecutor's Office and the police were accomplices and it surprises us, because they prided themselves on being impeccable. So, we do believe that in matters of security, in economic matters and, above all, in Metro,” she specified.
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