With the support of a hundred federal judges, and in the midst of a strong security operation, the ministers of the Supreme Court arrive today in Rosario, Santa Fe, in an important political gesture in the face of the security crisis that the city is going through. The four members of the highest court will participate along with members of the Council of the Magistracy and federal judges from all over the country in a debate on the problem of drug trafficking, which besieges the city of Santa Fe, which, so far this year, registers 103 homicides. The meeting organized by the Association of Federal Judges (AJUFE) will be held at the Faculty of Law of the National University of Rosario (UNR). The opening will be in charge of the president of the highest court, Horacio Rosatti, who will be accompanied by the rest of the members of the Court, Carlos Rosenkrantz, Ricardo Lorenzetti and Juan Carlos Maqueda.The meeting of judges, chambers, counselors and members of the highest court will be held under the slogan “The trial of drug trafficking”, and the selection of the headquarters seeks to give a signal of support to the Federal Justice of Rosario in matters of criminal prosecution of drug trafficking. Rosario’s problem, linked to drug trafficking, lies in the violence used by narco-criminal organizations that dispute control of the business. According to data from the Santa Fe Public Security Observatory, of the 83 homicides that occurred in the city of Rosario between January 1 and May 1, almost 60% were linked to disputes between criminal organizations. Most were also victims between the ages of 15 and 30.