The Coparmex leader, Guillermo González, stressed that the damage to the cameras is also repeated due to the impunity in which criminals operate
Culiacán, Sinaloa.- As the damage to video surveillance cameras in the city by criminal groups is constant, there is a risk that other countries will issue a ” warning ” or travel alert to Culiacán, declared Guillermo González Bon.
The leader of the Employers’ Confederation of the Mexican Republic (Coparmex), Sinaloa, commented that this arises from the perception of insecurity that citizens have.
“We must take into account that we are being observed by international organizations and seeing that Culiacán and Sinaloa are happening this type of criminal acts, qualify us in a negative way and can send a warning as they say, to stop coming to Sinaloa ” he explained.
González Bon indicated that, in this sense, a step has been taken back so that the capital of Sinaloa is attractive to foreign investors.
At the local level, he mentioned, the growth of companies and jobs is inhibited since the businessman is not going to risk his assets to fall into uncertainty and insecurity.
In this sense, he urged the competent authorities to attend to and solve this problem, as it is not the first time that hitmen have shot the security cameras.
The Coparmex leader reproached the fact that in Culiacán these types of acts continue to be presented, which leaves citizens with a lot of nervousness and a feeling of vulnerability.
He also stressed that the damage to the cameras is also repeated by the impunity in which criminals operate.
It should be remembered that, on Monday night and early Tuesday morning, 80 video surveillance cameras from Culiacán were shot by hitmen, without any arrest by the security authorities.
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