Lawyer Óscar Fidel González Mendívil analyzes the results and suggests strengthening the capacity of institutions.
With less than half of the required score, Sinaloa ranked 17th in the national ranking of the consolidation of the criminal justice system conducted by the civil association Mexico Evaluates and was presented last week.
The ranking appears in his report Findings in 2017, an analysis that he made with information made available to the different states to see the progress of the implementation of the so-called new system.
The ranking, which calls for a thousand points to reach the ideal standard score, is far from the 483 obtained by Querétaro, the state that holds the first position, but well above other important tourists destinations.
By José Abraham Sanz