During the CONAGO plenary meeting, the Governor of Tabasco and President of this organization, Arturo Núñez, recognized the leadership of Governor Francisco Vega on the issue of illegal internment and sale of cars through the northern border of the country.
In this meeting the President of CONAGO, Arturo Núñez Jiménez said that the first approach to this issue occurred during the meeting of the National Council of Public Security, when Governor Vega de Lamadrid expressed his concern in this regard, due to the large number of vehicles that they detect and that are used by delinquents to commit crimes, making their monitoring and investigation more complicated.
At the same time, in the development of this important meeting, this issue was addressed through the positioning of the Governor of Tamaulipas, Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, as he made a call to the SHCP to solve this problem as soon as possible and maintain the coordination required between the States and the Federation.
Finally, the Governors agreed that there is a need to improve the new Criminal Justice System, since working groups were held with the Federal Government and CONAGO, and they expressed their interest in having an extraordinary period of time, in order to make changes to this system, to help local governments in their fight against crime.
In this regard, the governor of Baja California expressed his appreciation for the strength of CONAGO as a key player and thanked the Federal Executive, for listening to the call of Governors and citizens in diverse topics of general interest.
Source: Gobierno del estado de Baja California