Bishop Rangel: cartel accord.
Narcos promise not to kill more candidates
Guerrero bishop gets commitment from cartel boss
Mexico News Daily | Monday, April 2, 2018
Narcos in Guerrero have agreed not to kill any more candidates for election after meeting with the bishop of Chilpancingo.
Bishop Salvador Rangel Mendoza, who has previously encouraged dialogue with drug cartels as a means of reducing violence, said he met Friday with a gang leader during a visit to Heliodoro Castillo in the state’s Sierra region.
After raising the issue of the assassination of candidates, he said, the gangster “promised to try to prevent it and allow a free election to take place in which the choice of the people would prevail . . . .”
The cartel insisted on two conditions: that those running for office not give away money in an attempt to buy votes, and that once the election was over the candidates must fulfill all their promises.
“What they ask for is a free, just and secret vote, nothing more,” the bishop declared.
Bishop Rangel had traveled to the town of Pueblo Viejo where criminal elements had cut off electricity and water in an attempt to flush out a number of rivals.
“I explained to them that while some of their enemies might have been there it was also true that there werhttps://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/narcos-promise-not-to-kill-more-candidates/e old people, children and pregnant women, and all of them needed those services,” he said.
Rangel’s intercession succeeded and the gang yielded, reconnecting the utilities.
The bishop refused to identify the criminals with whom he spoke or provide any other information regarding the gang to which they belong.
Relations between Rangel and criminal organizations went awry two months ago when two priests and the relatives of a nun were murdered in two different incidents.
Of the 42 politically-related assassinations in Mexico since September, 12 were in Guerrero. Oaxaca was next with eight.
Source: Milenio (sp), El Universal (sp)
i put this up on main page ...the absurdity of it all..
it had 115 views in 7 minutes. it has a couple thousand now so running 500 an hour. I thought it would do well.
The way I see it.... the more people that don't like me, the less people I have to please
Wow that's interesting for hits on MB.Yes the absurdity of it all like I said LOL but hey look on the bright side,at least the water and utilities got turned back on.I wonder what that cost the Bishop?
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Can't be any worse than the politicos making deals with them, business as usual. I'm sure they have already purchased their life insurance policies as many of them are not asking for police protection.....lol, like that exists anyway.
By the way, a rector from a college has offered to mediate, on more than one occasion.
GUERRERO.- The rector of the Autonomous University of Guerrero, Javier Saldaña Almazán, confirmed that they could agree with criminal groups, as long as the government instruct them, all with the purpose of generating peace among the university students, because in the Five years have been killed over 30.
The representative of the Maximum House of Studies of the entity, said the above, after having signed with the president of the Electoral Institute and State Citizen Participation, José Nazarín Vargas Armenta, the inter-institutional collaboration agreement for the UAGro, through of the Coordination of Information and Communication Technologies, provide support carrying out the audit tests of the computer system of the Preliminary Electoral Results Program.
" If at any moment, the government of the state proposes to me, I have to intervene to achieve peace, even if I have to meet with the leaders of the criminal groups " : JAVIER SALDAÑA ALMAZÁN Rector of the Autonomous University of Guerrero
Saldaña Almazán, announced that his position in relation to the statements of the Bishop of the Diocese ChilpancingoChilapa, Salvador Rangel Mendoza, in the sense that he has dialogue with criminal organizations to seek peace in the population.
He said: "If 'institutional' were 'required', of course you would agree, given that everything must always be done to ensure that things go well; If at any moment, the government of the state proposes to me, I have to intervene to achieve peace, even if I have to meet with the leaders of the criminal groups, recognizing that it is delicate, but we must put our capabilities into practice ".
Regarding the student killed last Thursday, in the mall "Granados Maldonado", the rector said that at the moment there is no data that identifies a university, since the legal area has not specifically reported on this matter.
He clarified that the fact that the victim is not a university, is still an unfortunate fact and confirmed that during the last five years, they have been killed just over 30 upper level students, whose families have been given support.
He stressed that worries what is happening in the different educational centers, where insecurity has been disrupted in the interiors and exteriors, specifically in the schools located in Llano Largo, where it has had to ask for the presence of military elements to have greater security .
Finally, he announced that in the coming days an agreement will be signed with the authorities of the National Polytechnic Institute to strengthen the academic and research relationship between the two.
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Government responds to Bishop Rangel: the government does not negotiate with drug traffickers
Mexico City, April 2, 2018. After the bishop of the Chilpancingo-Chilapa diocese, Salvador Rangel Mendoza, revealed that he negotiated with a drug lord to prevent violence in Guerrero during the electoral process, the interior secretary, Alfonso Navarrete Prida, affirmed that the government does not negotiate with the application of the law.
"I saw statements in the media, I do not know the context. Of course, he has been in contact with the Conference of the Mexican Episcopate and with the Archbishop Primate of Mexico.
"We will have to see what is the context in which these statements occurred, what is a fact is that the Mexican government does not negotiate the application of the law, it is not a question of doubt, the laws are complied with and are complied with," the official said. federal.
Without pronouncing itself on the legality of the encounter of the prelate, Navarrete said that in the measurement in which all they fulfill the law and generate governability in a frame of the Right, they pay to have a better Country.
At the end of an event at the Museum of Constitutions, the secretary acknowledged that in Guerrero there are problems of insecurity and executions of politicians, so the government has an obligation to intervene and apply the law.
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LOL to that 1st statement from the Gov that they do not negioate with drug traffickers!What a joke!I guess legally no but more back room deals that you could ever shake a stick at!It's just so frigging obvious!
Agreeing with the mafia
By Ricardo Ravelo
The pacts between politicians and drug trafficking is not a new issue in Mexico. It is known, for example, that for many decades each president of Mexico has his own boss, his consensual sexenal.
With Miguel de la Madrid, for example, Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo had his great stage of splendor, untouchable in that governmental period. It was the six years of the Sinaloa capo, disgraced in the first months of the government of Carlos Salinas de Gortari, who chose his consent: Juan García Ábrego, head of the Gulf cartel, unpunished until Ernesto Zedillo, in revenge against Salinas, imprisoned him and banished from the national territory by handing it over to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the North American anti-drug agency.
Through pacts with the government, García Ábrego was untouchable, impossible to touch a hair because behind him was also his uncle, Juan Nepomuceno Guerra, the founder of the criminal organization, master and master of Tamaulipas. Capo from his youth, the old Nepomuceno Guerra was respected by Tamaulipas politicians and ensures that whoever wanted to be governor of Tamaulipas first had to agree with the so-called sponsor of the Mafia. That's how it was in those times and that's the way it is. It is a rule hitherto respected by the mobsters in power.
In the PAN sexennes the shame was greater because it became even more evident the link between the governments of Vicente Fox and Felipe Calderón with the Sinaloa cartel and, in particular, with Joaquín Guzmán Loera, "El Chapo", extradited to the United States.
It was in the Fox government when the spectacular escape of Guzmán Loera occurred, engineered in complicity with power. Al Chapo Guzmán simply opened the door for him to leave the Puente Grande prison. Thus the Sinaloa cartel reached the highest level as a buoyant criminal organization, the most powerful in the world.
And all the splendor that this cartel had was a product of the pact with power. There is no criminal group that reaches the highest levels of growth without behind an agreement, official protection, the pact with governors or with the president of the Republic. It's that simple
Currently, everyone criticizes the meetings held by Salvador Rangel Mendoza, bishop of the Diocese of Chilpancingo-Chilapa, Guerrero, with drug lords. The prelate assures that he has met with the drug traffickers to negotiate the peace of the people, to stop the crime wave and to pacify the territory.
The actions of the bishop were harshly criticized by the federal government. The Secretary of the Interior, Alfonso Navarrete Prida, said that the law does not negotiate and criticized the meetings of Rangel Mendoza with the capos.
However, it must be said that the Secretary of the Interior has a reason. In theory, the law is not negotiated, but in fact it does not apply either. If organized crime has flourished in the government of Enrique Peña Nieto, it is because there are pacts between criminal groups and the men of power. The serious thing is that these agreements are for money, for business and not to stop the wave of crimes that plague the country.
The bishop is doing a job that could well be part of an official policy - negotiation - not foreseen in the law, it is true, but in many cases has had its effects for the good of society. The government of Peña Nieto prefers to maintain its repressive policy of fighting organized crime, which has failed, because in Mexico today no one can speak of social peace. The country is burned down by organized crime and nobody does anything because the authorities are part of the problem and do not want solutions.
Throughout the national territory, organized crime has pacts with governors, mayors, police and any authority that guarantees impunity in their illegal businesses. The police are the armed wing of drug trafficking, but the police corporations are not sent alone: behind these structures are their bosses, commanders and above the Secretaries of Public Security and above the prosecutors and thus the chain of complicity reaches the governors.
In short, the entire power structure is penetrated by organized crime, hence the ineffectiveness to combat it and to stop the executions and killings that happen every day in the country. That is why the task carried out in Guerrero by Bishop Rangel is extremely valuable and an example for the government as to how things should be done.
Faced with this failed government policy, negotiation could be included in the law as a measure to combat public insecurity, as Bishop Rangel does. But it happens that the federal government is inflamed with arrogance. Neither combat nor negotiation. I mean, nothing at all. Hence, the government prefers that the country continue to be the scene of shootings and killings, the war without truce.
In other countries - Italy, Colombia and the United States - there are other mechanisms that do not have anything to do with repression. There is negotiation with criminal groups to make it possible for them to join the path of legality and thus agree not to touch their capital, however illegal they have been the ways to obtain them.
This measure has given results, although the government of the United States, in other times, has opposed this type of tests to lower levels of public insecurity, which is contradictory.
In the area of Guerrero, where the Diocese is headed by Bishop Salvador Rangel, several drug cartels operate, according to official reports. There the owners of the territory are Los Tequileros, Los Rojos, Los Ardillos, El Cartel de la Sierra, La Familia Michoacana, Los Caballeros Templarios and Guerreros Unidos.
Bishop Rangel, in various interviews, did not say what cartel he has met. Nobody considers that his interviews were only with a group, hence it is possible that the prelate has had meetings with all the drug trafficking groups, despite the antagonism that he deprives between them, because it is assured that Rangel has been negotiating peace for two years. social in that territory. His effects are not yet noticed, but as he himself affirms, "if I can avoid one or two murders, it is a gain".
I guess the deal is off when the narcos assassinate the Chief of Police of Chilapa!
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Good article Le Chef!
He's not considered a "politico."
Another PRI candidate killed yesterday:
Reported: The murder of Abel Montufar, a mayor (con licencia) permission to leave and now candidate running for Deputy (PRI)
Chilpancingo, Gro. May 8, 2018 - The afternoon of this Tuesday, it was reported that the lifeless body of Abel Montufar Mendoza, mayor with license of Coyuca de Catalan and candidate for local deputy for the district 17 in the Tierra Calinete region.
The boy of the mayor allegedly was found in the back seats of a Nissan truck, Frontier type, white, which was abandoned on the Boulevard Altamirano-Coyuca de Catalan, just on the line of the tolerance zone of Ciudad Altamirano, municpial capital of Pungarabata and in the Tierra Caliente region.
Preliminary data indicate that Abel Montufar was missing from Tuesday morning and until now his whereabouts were unknown, as he was not accompanied by his bodyguards and the truck in which he was transported was found with the body, presumably of the candidate.
Approx. 5:20 pm. elements of various police corporations arrived, however, it appears that a worker of Abel Montufar arrived, cllimbed in the victim's vehicle and took it away.
Story with at least one very graphic photo:
Faced with insecurity in Tierra Caliente, a caravan of 50 vehicles escorted by four patrols
The same group that killed the PRI candidate assassinated Mayor Ambrosio Soto and attacked Coca Cola, says the governor
It is time to stop their members and make them respond for the acts they have committed, says Astudillo
Transcend that they are from the Jalisco Cartel New Generation
The van in which the military ambushed, where three died, was particular (privately owned, not military)
Lamentan Peña, Sedena and Marina attack soldiers
Due to lack of security in Coyuca de Catalán
they take to Chilpancingo the body of Montúfar
Yesterday, Tierra Caliente left a caravan of 50 vehicles to the capital escorted by four patrols and some 30 agents. The murder was committed by organized crime and the region is already "combing" the region to locate the perpetrators, says security spokesman Roberto Álvarez Heredia. The truck in which the ambushed military went, where three died, was private and unofficial.
Text: Israel Flores and Rosalba Ramírez
Photo: Jessica Torres Barrera
Altamirano City and Chilpancingo, Guerrero. The body of the candidate of the PRI to the local deputation for the district 17 and mayor with license of Coyuca de Catalán, Abel Montúfar Mendoza, was transferred from Coyuca de Catalán to Chilpancingo shortly before noon of this Wednesday accompanied by friends and relatives in a convoy of approximately 50 vehicles, escorted by four state police patrols and about 30 agents.
It was learned that after midnight and part of the morning the family considered that there were no security conditions to perform the funeral in Coyuca de Catalán and that part of it was in Chilpancingo, so it would be transferred to the state capital.
Meanwhile, it was reported that in the ambush of soldiers in the vicinity of El Pozo ranch, owned by the Montufar family, on Tuesday night there were three soldiers wounded in addition to the three dead, who were traveling in a private truck and not in official vehicles. WHY??????
To the Tierra Caliente region, about one hundred ministerial police and more police officers of the state arrived to advance with the investigations related to the homicide of the PRI candidate to the local deputation through the 17th district.
Guerrero Coordination Group spokesman Roberto Álvarez Heredia said that the murder of the candidate was committed by a group of organized crime, and that the region of the Tierra Caliente is being "combed" to locate and arrest those responsible for the PRI killings.
Abel Montúfar was assassinated this Tuesday afternoon and his body appeared in Altamirano inside his truck in the rear seats with bullet impacts. He was not wearing pants and only shirt and boxer shorts.
In the house of Abel Montúfar, the one in charge of thanking the people for his assistance was the delegate of the federal government Erit Montúfar Mendoza. In addition to thanking the people who were arriving in the morning to give the condolences he also said that he would leave the case in the hands of the authorities so that the investigations will continue because he was an institutional man and believed in the results that the government could give therefore, he would leave the case in the hands of the authorities so that they continued with the investigation.
The people of Coyuca de Catalán came out to the streets to applaud the funeral procession and shouted: "Goodbye Chaparrito de Oro", which was a nickname that had been given to him since the campaign for municipal president in 2015.
Even when hundreds of people from Coyuca de Catalán were arriving to give their condolences, some politicians were surprised by the news that the body would be moved to Chilpancingo.
And it is that after midnight and part of the early morning when the family was arriving and once they spoke, it was reported that the relatives considered that there were no security conditions to perform the funeral in Coyuca de Catalán and that part of the family He was in Chilpancingo, for which he would be transferred to the state capital.
Not all managed to realize the fact for that reason some were arriving after noon with flowers, and kept buying even after the body had already left for Chilpancingo.
The house of Abel is located in the neighborhood of Capire, a popular colony of Coyuca de Catalán, just outside the municipal seat.
It was also reported that Abel Montúfar's secretary, Miguel Aureoles, considered the person he left with in the morning leaving the escort, was already in his house safe and sound and even accompanied the funeral procession to Chilpancingo.
The subject of what happened continues under investigation. It is not known precisely why Abel Montúfar abandoned his own private security that he had hired and left alone with his secretary in the van where he was later found dead.
Before friends and family the secretary gave the version that Abel Montúfar got him out of the truck on the road and decided to continue alone without knowing the whereabouts where he was going and with whom he was going to meet.
It was contemplated that this week the prosecution advances with the investigation as well as with the statements of the people close to Abel Montufar.
Around 11:30 in the morning the funeral procession consisting of about 50 cars left the house of the PRIIST in Coyuca de Catalán to Chilpancingo where he arrived at 4:30 in the afternoon and the body was transferred to the facilities of the Medical Service Forensic (Semefo), then to a funeral home and later to his parents' house in the Jacarandas subdivision where he watched.
For his part, the spokesman for the Guerrero Coordination Group Roberto Álvarez Heredia, speaking during the wake of Abel Montúfar, reported that Governor Hector Astudillo Flores asked the person in charge of the Office of the Attorney General of the State José Bonilla Uribe to go to the Tierra Caliente to locate and arrest those responsible.
"All of them, there are sufficient elements to be able to confirm that this is a provocation, carried out by organized crime," the spokesperson said.
Álvarez Heredia reported that "at this moment it is being carried out, the region of Tierra Caliente is being combed to be able to find the whereabouts, location and detention of the people who might be involved in these events", but he said that those responsible They are also looking for them in the southern part of the State of Mexico.
He said he can not say which group or who murdered him because it would alert the criminal group that executed Abel Montúfar.
He confirmed that the soldiers killed and the wounded were going to shelter the family of Abel Montúfar because there were armed men near his house.
Military, ambushed after answering an emergency call
In a press release, the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena) confirmed the deaths of three soldiers in the middle of a clash on Tuesday night when they went to support the workers of the El Pozo ranch, owned by the Montufar, in the Monte Grande, municipality of Coyuca de Catalán and where they were ambushed.
The dead are infantry lieutenant Pedro Chávez González, second sergeant Patricio García Hernández and Corporal Raúl Bernal. In addition there were three soldiers wounded.
In a bulletin the Sedena expressed its condolences to the families of the military, and points out that soldiers of the 34th battalion were ambushed in the ranch of El Pozo. As a result of the incident at the scene, three soldiers died and three more were wounded, who were evacuated to different military health facilities.
"Military personnel from the Ninth Military Region (Cumbres de Llano Largo, Guerrero), received an anonymous report about the presence of armed persons near El Pozo ranch." It adds that "when arriving at the place with the purpose of confirming the information, the military carried out reconnaissances, at which point they were attacked with gunshots by a group of unknown individuals".
The military was traveling in a blue, private, frontier-type truck. Two of the soldiers were lying by the door, and another one above the truck in the part of the box. The vehicle was left with several bullet impacts. The reason why they traveled in a private truck is not known.
The soldiers responded to a call that an armed group entered the ranch of the Montufar, in the town of Monte Grande, about 40 kilometers from the municipal seat. The confrontation occurred shortly before arriving at the door of the ranch, around 10 o'clock at night.
To the Tierra Caliente, an approximate group of 100 ministerial police and more police officers of the state arrived to advance with the investigations related to the homicide of the candidate of the PRI to the deputation for the 17th district.
It was reported that they went to El Pozo ranch, property of the Montúfar family where a military convoy was attacked with bullets and where three soldiers were reported dead and three wounded.
Also place a filter review in the center of Altamirano in the most visible point that is the roundabout of the Heroes, waiting for all vehicles that circulated in both directions of the road and that is the point where the road that joins to Zihuatanejo with the arrives to Iguala.
The Army continued the over flights throughout the Tierra Caliente by helicopter accompanying units by land.
There is no federal MP for alleged threats
The Tierra Caliente does not have a Federal Public Ministry for 15 days when the one that was left escorted by federal elements after a report of alleged threats and from that date until now the region remains agentless.
The Public Prosecutor's Office, which has its offices in Altamirano, attends to various federal crimes such as the possession of a firearm, and possession of drugs, among other cases.
The most recent case that he attended that has nothing to do with issues of violence, was the CFE complaint against the protesters for the increase in electricity bills, which had taken the offices of Altamirano.
With the murder of Abel Montúfar Mendoza, the Federal Public Prosecutor was sought and it was confirmed that they continue without reinstating him, since he went out of court for alleged threats, according to local versions, but officially no version of the case has been given.
(In the image above: The delegate of the Ministry of the Interior, Erit Montúfar, walks with the photo of his brother, the PRI candidate to the local deputy for the 17th district and mayor with license from Coyuca de Catalán assassinated on Tuesday, Abel Montúfar Photo: Jessica Torres Barrera)
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(The delegate of the Ministry of the Interior, Erit Montúfar, brother of Abel Montúfar, walks with Governor Héctor Astudillo after he expressed his condolences Photo: Jessica Torres Barrera)
The murders of Montúfar and Ambrosio and the
Attack on Coca are from the same group: Astudillo
It is time to stop their members and make them respond for the acts they have committed in Tierra Caliente, says the governor. Version that can be from the Jalisco New Generation Cartel.
Text: Anarsis Pacheco
Photo: Jessica Torres Barrera
Chilpancingo, Guerrero. The murder of the PRI mayor with license from the municipality of Coyuca de Catalán and candidate for the local council, Abel Montúfar Mendoza, as well as that of the PRD mayor Ambrosio Soto and the attacks on the Coca Cola distributor in Tierra Caliente, are linked to the same group of organized crime.
"The facts are linked to the whole region, with the same criminal group that operates ...", said Governor Hector Astudillo Flores.
Millennium Television reported that state and federal authorities released a line of research that points to the regional leaders of the Nueva Generacion Jalisco Cartel, Rofoldo Maldonado Bustos, alias José Pineda González or the JP, and his brother Francisco Maldonado, alias Chico, who they live on the Michoacán side.
Yesterday evening, Astudillo granted a telephone interview to Radio Fórmula by journalist José Cárdenas, to whom he revealed that the three events have a direct link with a criminal group that operates in the area, but with the argument that there are investigations carried out in around the case, refused to disclose the name of it.
However he said he was convinced that beyond the recount of the murders by that group is the time to stop and make them respond for the acts they have committed in this region.
"Pepe, I ask you to accept me asking for your understanding, I can not say some things because the investigation is in process and the only thing I can tell you is that it is a group that moves between Tierra Caliente and some part of Michoacán, very concretely in San Lucas, Riva Palacio and in this part that has several municipalities that is Altamirano, Coyuca de Catalán and Cutzamala ".
At the beginning of the interview, the driver told him that "Tierra Caliente is burning", and Astudillo answered with a "yes" and said that in this region the murder of the candidate for the deputation was registered and "others who had already presenting ".
He recalled the murder of the PRD mayor Ambrosio Soto, as well as pointing out that it would be at this moment to make "a rather long description" of the events that occurred in the region, including the "problem" with the Coca Cola distributor.
"I am going to say it with all the responsibility according to the information that I have at this moment, that obviously I have to handle it with a lot of care, because they are exactly the same," he added.
The journalist insisted on the name of the criminal group, referring to "this sucks governor Templarios or Familia Michoacana, at least." Astudillo Flores responded: "I think it's an issue that is somewhere between Michoacán and Guerrero."
The governor insisted on emphasizing that the delicate thing about "everything" is that the issue has grown and has not only affected the murders, but also economic issues that led the transnational soft drink to close.
"Not only have they been issues of murder but as I told you, it is a Coca Cola issue that was presented a few weeks ago, of course this is an issue that has been faced and is being faced at this time," he added. .
He said that it is urgent to "shake off" this problem of violence in the Tierra Caliente region, as it has caused significant damage and generated "a climate of terror, a climate of extortion."
"Not only that, but they already generate unemployment as it is the closing of the Coca Cola there in Altamirano," he added.
The journalist asked him about his strategy to face this crisis in the state. He noted that it is an issue that must be addressed in conjunction with the federation.
Even detailed that since Tuesday, after the murder of the candidate of his party spoke by phone with the heads of the national security institutions to address the problem.
"I am absolutely convinced that the strategy is to stop them and prosecute them to the leaders (of the criminal groups)."
In the radio interview, the driver read him the tweet from the president of the Republic, Enrique Peña Nieto, who condemned the soldiers' murder during the night of Tuesday.
Given this the governor explained that the soldiers had come to a call for help from the family of the candidate Abel Montúfar Mendoza because it was reported that the same criminal group that operates in the area and that point was responsible for the murder had reached the family ranch in where the cattle were released and the tractors were taken.
He pointed out that an Army helicopter arrived near the ranch and lowered the soldiers, who were attacked with bullets by "assassins" of that criminal group that operates in the area.
"Upon receiving this information, it was reported to those who already knew about the murder of our countryman Abel Montúfar and some soldiers who were sent by helicopter went there, were attacked by a group of assassins," he said.
José Cárdenas recalled that a few weeks ago security was reinforced in Guerrero with the support of the federal government, with the dispatch of two thousand soldiers, but in spite of that "it seems that it is not giving results", commented the journalist.
The governor replied: "those military troops when they arrived, arrived in Acapulco and the Costa Grande, Tierra Caliente, because they have shown signs of raising their criminal indicators every time these groups appear and do acts like those they did with Abel Montúfar and later with the military. "
He insisted that he is convinced that beyond the recount that exists of the murders by this same criminal group is the time to stop and make them respond for these criminal acts that they have committed in this region.
Queda PRI sin candidatos en Coyuca de Catalán
Chilpancingo, México (10 mayo 2018).- El priista Ramiro Gómez Pineda presentó formalmente su renuncia como suplente de la candidatura a la Alcaldía del municipio de Coyuca de Catalán, en la región de Tierra Caliente.
PRI remains without candidates in Coyuca de Catalán
Jesús Guerrero / Correspondent
Chilpancingo, Mexico (May 10, 2018) .- Priista Ramiro Gómez Pineda formally submitted his resignation as a substitute for the mayoral candidacy of the municipality of Coyuca de Catalán, in the Tierra Caliente region.
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