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The pre-candidate of the Revolutionary Institutional Party (PRI) to the Presidency of upcoming 2018 Mexico Elections, José Antonio MEADE Kuribreña, he warned this evening in Saltillo that with the criminals there must not be dialogue, only the language of the law.
“ The insecurity fights with better coordination, the delinquents do not recognize the limits between states, the law has not also to of recognizing them. It fights to the crime with better coordination, with a better investigation and fights to the crime with a deep conviction: the streets are for the citizens and the jails for the criminals ”, affirmed the precandidate in the capital of Coahuila.
Meade Kuribreña said that it is inadmissible to negotiate with those that have hurt the calmness of the Mexicans. “ We hear different voices and different proposals, there is the one who says that it is necessary to talk with the criminals.
I ask them: do we talk with the criminals? No!
Do we talk with the rapists? No!
Do we talk with the kidnappers? No! ”, it exclaimed together
The pre-candidate of the PRI asked to analyze thoroughly the profiles of those who look for the Presidency of Mexico, to confirm his trajectory and experience.
As part of his activities in Saltillo, José Antonio Meade visited the Museum of the Sarape and Mexican Suits, where it was got by the journalist Armando Fuentes Aguirre “ Strict censor “, chronicler of the city of Saltillo, as well as by artists and craftsmen of the state, with whom he recognized the importance of the local culture and the value of his talent.
The presidential precandidate also was invited to a meal with businessmen of the region, who will express to him his reflections with regard to the challenges that face the productive sector in the north of the country.
In the evening, Meade Kuribreña will meet the political class of the state. In this meeting there will take part the president of the Managing Committee of the Institutional Revolutionary in Coahuila, Verónica Martínez García; the coordinator of the pre-campaign in the entity, Francisco Saracho local, federal deputies and senators of the Republic.