President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) confirmed that two sailors escorting Senator José Narro Céspedes de Morena have been reported missing.
During the morning press conference, the president said that elements of the Secretariat of the Navy were working in Acapulco, Guerrero.
“They were not, I understand, as permanent guards of Senator Narro but accompanied him from Guerrero to Mexico City,” he said.
According to López Obrador, the disappearance of the two sailors is already being investigated and the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) is investigating.
.@lopezobrador_ confirms that two sailors, who accompanied Senator José Narro from Guerrero to CDMX, are missing. The FGR is already investigating the case, he says. pic.twitter.com/Dsl9YXUmhE
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According to information from El Financiero, the missing sailors are Óscar Manuel González Andrade and Victoriano Rodríguez Zurita.
According to the media, they had allegedly been assigned by the mayor of Acapulco, Abelina López Rodríguez, to guard the senator from March 3 to 6 at an event on the occasion of the Revocation of mandate that would take place in the capital of the country.
According to the National Search Commission (CNB), in Mexico there are 105,802 missing and unlocated people.
Only in the CDMX, there is a record of four thousand 579 disappeared people of which, 2 thousand 789 are men, one thousand 566 women and in 224 cases the sex is not determined.
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