translated from Spanish: Piñera said “the government is doing its job” and acknowledged that law enforcement “faces difficulties”

President Sebastián Piñera referred to the events of violence that occurred on the night of this Tuesday and the early hours of Wednesday, and listed the projects sent by the Executive to Congress, to combat hooded, rants and barricades.
The Representative recalled that the Executive has sent anti-hood, anti-hoodand and anti-barrel projects, in addition to the one recently sent to Congress, which will allow the FF.AA. to collaborate in the safeguarding of critical infrastructure.
“They must now, in a matter of days, transform into laws,” the Manitive said. 
Piñera also acknowledged that “we are aware that law enforcement is facing difficulties” and recalled that the Executive also sent to Congress, which he called “structural projects”, for the modernization of the police.
“Violence is causing harm that can be irreparable,” said the President, who also said it “is destroying dreams and projects of life, public and private wealth, damaging our economy.”
In addition, Piñera said that “the government is doing its job” and assured that “the time has come for all of us to join our wills to condemn violence.” 

Original source in Spanish

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