President Andrés Manuel López Obrador led the morning this Tuesday September 19, 2023 from the National Palace after paying tribute to the victims of the 1985 and 2017 earthquakes.
What happened in AMLO’s ‘morning’ today, September 19?
AMLO criticizes INE for ordering to download publications of the baton delivery
López Obrador attacked the National Electoral Institute (INE) for ordering him to download publications referring to the delivery of the so-called baton of command to Claudia Sheinbaum.
“What do they have to do with it? But why? ”She questioned while the journalists present at the conference explained the reasons.
“I think I did this at around 9:30 at night and outside, but I don’t know exactly how the networks’ bills are paid because I don’t pay for advertising, I mean, but imagine, for handing over the baton in the night,” he said indignantly.
The INE Complaints Commission approved the precautionary measure on September 15 after a complaint filed by the legislator Jorge Alvarez Maynez and the panista Mariana Gómez del Campo. According to the explanatory statement, the act is not related to the institutional activities of the Presidency.
Minutes later, López Obrador assured that will obey the order although gave the instruction to formalize an appeal against it.
“We abide by it, of course, we are going to go all the way, and when they asked me yesterday when they asked me, I said take that away, just be dissatisfied because what does the photo have to do with it at 9:30 at night, out of here but I don’t I knew that what they are handling was that I put it… (on social networks), which is part of the budget, I am going to review it,” he explained.
Where will the seismic alert sound during the 2023 national drill?
Will be on eight states where the seismic alert sounds during the National Drill that will take place this September 19. In some of them it will be through loudspeakers and in others it will be transmitted through radio stations as follows:
- Mexico City (16 municipalities): Loudspeakers, AM and FM radio stations, NOAA type radio receivers and TV channels.
- State of Mexico (48 municipalities) and Oaxaca (Oaxaca City and 68 municipalities): Loudspeakers, AM and FM radio stations and NOAA type radio receivers.
- Puebla (City of Puebla) and Guerrero (Acapulco, Chilpancingo and 5 municipalities): Loudspeakers, AM and FM radio stations, NOAA type radio receivers and some TV channels.
- Morelos (26 municipalities) and Michoacán (Morelia and 10 municipalities): AM and FM radio stations and NOAA type radio receivers.
- Colima (Colima): FM radio station.
To meet this objective, 11 radio warning signal transmitters will be used. The states of Chiapas and Tlaxcala have a seismic alarm system based on other technologies that are not compatible with the seismic alert system. These systems are alarms that sound at the same time that the earthquake is perceived.
Likewise, the National Seismological Service has seismic instrumentation in 30 states for the registration of events throughout the national territory.
National Drill 2023: What should you take with you?
The National Civil Protection Coordination recommends having the following objects on hand during the drill on September 19 to rehearse the actions that must be carried out in an earthquake:
- Directory with telephone numbers emergency, family, school or family work.
- First aid kit first AIDS.
- Flashlight and radio with batteries.
- Important documents.
- Special requirements of the family.
- Emergency backpack with supplies and groceries.
Likewise, it is important that during the drill the following be identified:
- Lower risk places both inside and outside the home.
- Evacuation routes and emergency exits from all the places you visit.
- Check that exits and hallways are always free of obstacles and operate correctly.
It is also recommended that when listening to the seismic alert take deep, deep breaths to control anxietyanalyze the situation and make better decisions.
Intentional homicide breaks downward streak: Increases 0.7% in August
Cases of intentional homicide increased 2,483 in Augustbreaking with the downward trend that had been registered since May, until now the most violent month of the year.
After the 2,662 cases in May, 2,538 were registered in June and 2,464 in July. The month with the fewest cases was February with 2,284, according to data recovered by the prosecutor’s offices of the 32 states.
Even so, the Secretary of Public Security, Rosa Icela Rodríguez, highlighted that this is the lowest August in the last six years.
Regarding femicide files, 67 were registered in August, one of the lowest months of the year after April and May with 64 and 66, respectively. The months with the most registered cases have been March with 84 and May with 82.
Cases of judges favoring alleged criminals
Julio Veredín Sena VelázquezSeventh District Judge of Amparo in Criminal Matters in Mexico City, granted a provisional suspension to avoid extradition to the United States in favor of Vicente “N”, alias “El Viceroy”, former leader of the Juárez Cartel, wanted by the Federal Court of the Western District of Texas and charged with 46 counts. The criminal was arrested in 2014 and has two sentences.
Aníbal Castro BorbónDistrict Judge Specialized in the Accusatory Criminal System of the Federal Criminal Justice Center in Sonora, issued an acquittal sentence in favor of Isidro “N”, a generator of violence in the same state, who attacked members of the Army with firearms.
Anastacio Romo VargasSecond District Judge in Tlaxcala (Apizaco), and the magistrates of the 28th Circuit Court of Appeals, Jesús Díaz Guerrero, Marcela Elizabeth García and Jorge Sebastián Martínez, through incidents of change of precautionary measure to four alleged members of organized crime involved in the kidnapping and a minor in the same state. They were granted the benefit of carrying out their process in freedom, imposing only a financial guarantee and the use of electronic locators.
Zero Impunity Report: These are the main arrests and sentences
During the Zero Impunity Report, the Undersecretary of Public Security, Luis Rodríguez Bucio, presented the following arrests and sentences carried out over the past month:
On August 10, they were arrested Valentín “N”, Enahu “N” and Emanuel “N” for his alleged participation in the crime of forced disappearance committed by private individuals to the detriment of the two unidentified deceased persons whose bodies were located in a brickyard in Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco. These actions take place within the framework of the operations deployed to locate the five young people missing in the same municipality.
Nui Arcel “N” He was linked to a process with a precautionary measure of preventive detention for his probable participation in the crime of femicide committed against Nancy Denisse, in the municipality of León Guanajuato on August 29.
Juan Pedro “N”, José Rodrigo “N” José Juan “N” and Luis Enrique “N” were sentenced to life in prison after being found guilty of the multiple homicide of eight members of the Security Secretariat in the State of Mexico and five agents of the Attorney General’s Office of the same, an event that occurred in the municipality of Coatepec Harinas on March 18 of 2021.
Abel “N” and Huber “N” were sentenced to 160 years in prison after being found guilty of kidnapping, sexually assaulting, torturing and murdering sisters Dolores Guadalupe and Leslie Vanesa in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, on August 8, 2021.
Sebastian “N” He was sentenced to 138 years in prison after being proven responsible for the murder of two people and the attempted murder of two others, all members of a family. The events occurred in Ecatepec, State of Mexico, on April 30, 2020.
AMLO pays tribute to the victims of 9/19 in Zócalo
Lopez Obrador raised the flag at half mast on the Zócalo plate in memory of the people who lost their lives in the earthquakes of September 19, 1985 and 2017. While this event took place, the music band and choir of the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) They performed a song to the flag and as well as the military touch Silence.
Also present at the event were the Secretary of National Defense, Luis Crescencio Sandoval; the Secretary of the Navy, José Rafael Ojeda; the Secretary of Public Security; Rosa Icela Rodríguez; the Secretary of the Interior, Luisa María Alcalde Luján; the head of Government, Martí Batres; the general commissioner of the National Guard; David Córdoba; the National Coordinator of Civil protection; Laura Velázquez and the national president of the Mexican Red Cross, Carlos Freaner.