As if that were not enough, in 2021 Sinaloa received the authorization of a budget of 12 million pesos to undertake search actions
Mazatlan, Sinaloa. – With high rates of kidnappings and missing persons throughout the country, monetary resources do not seem to be bearing fruit, because, in addition to the fact that more than 427 million pesos have been spent in 2021 on search commissions, 89 thousand 488 people are still being searched.
According to the National Registry of Clandestine Graves and Recovered Bodies, Mazatlan ranks number 5 with 101 bodies and Ahome in sixth place with 100 bodies recovered, in the index of the largest number of clandestine graves Ahome ranks number 6 with 63 graves and Mazatlan in seventh place with 48 clandestine graves.
From December 1, 2018, to June 30, 2021, 3,025 bodies have been exhumed and 1,153 have been identified, in addition to the fact that 822 have been handed over.
With that same date range, 21 thousand 546 missing persons not located were attested, which represents 43.46 percent of the total, in addition to the fact that there are 14 thousand 526 missing persons and not located without a number of reference years.
Women represent 24.70 percent of the disappeared, but if we only take into account people under 18 years of age, girls, women, and adolescents represent 55.30 percent of the disappeared and most of them are between 10 and 17 years old.
Of the 10 States with the highest number of reports of missing persons and not located on the same dates, Sinaloa ranks 9th with 1,141 people, that is, 5.30 percent of the total.
On the other hand, Mazatlán is in the second place of municipalities with the highest number of field search days in the period from February 8, 2019, to June 30, 2021, with only 60 investigations.
As if that were not enough, in 2021 Sinaloa received the authorization of a budget of 12 million pesos to undertake search actions.
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