Note: Update on cartel election activities in Michoacan. DTO /
Criminal organizations particularly effective in this state.
To everyone's amazement, (not) PRI won.
Reveal narco threats against candidates from 18 municipalities in
December 2, 2011 · No comments
MEXICO, D.F. (Approved) .- The Secretary of the Interior, Alejandro
Poire, and the state governor Leonel Godoy revealed that candidates
of different political parties were threatened by organized crime in
18 cities during the elections of November 13 in Michoacan.
At Government House, during a meeting to review the Operating Plan
and Protocol Security also announced that two applications up the
It was also explained that the Electoral Crimes Special Prosecutor of
the Attorney General of Justice of Michoacán initiated 100 criminal
investigations of electoral crimes, while the Special Prosecutor for
Electoral Crimes Service of the Attorney General's Office (PGR)
received 46 complaints.
According to the results obtained in the days before and on election
day (11, 12 and November 13) were made available to the Attorney
General 57 people for alleged electoral fraud.
On 25 August, state and federal authorities signed the Protocol of
Michoacán Electoral Process Safety 2011; later in the meetings of 1,
3 and November 11 was designed and approved the Operational Plan be
carried out before, during and after Election Day, which was won by
PRI Fausto Vallejo.
At the meeting on Friday, which was held behind closed doors, it was
reported that under the Operations Plan involved members of the
Ministry of National Defense (SEDENA), the Secretary of the Navy
(Semar), Federal Police, PGR, Police State Preventive Police and
It was also reported that staff and the units were deployed
throughout the state, with special attention to risk the 18 points
defined by the Security Protocol.
The meeting was attended by the federal government, representatives
of the Ministry of the Interior, PGR, Ministry of Public Security,
and Semar Sedena.
For the state government attended by Secretary of Government, the
attorney general and secretary of Public Safety.