Cano asked that the link between drug traffickers and politics in Tucumán be investigated

Cano asked that the link between drug traffickers and politics in Tucumán be investigated
Cano asked that the link between drug traffickers and politics in Tucumán be investigated

He pointed out the relationship of politicians from the southern province with double crime in Salta and warned that the Drug Dealing Law “is falling halfway.”

The legislator Jose Cano (UCR) requested that the links between drug traffickers and local politics in Tucumán be investigated. Cano warned that the Drug Dealing Law is falling halfway and called for more forceful actions to stop the advance of drug trafficking in the province.

“The crime of two Bolivian citizens, in which two people from Tucumán with strong ties to local politics appear to be involved, confirms what we have been saying for a long time. There is a relationship between dealers and power that must be investigated and nipped in the bud. If we don’t do it, the result will be tragic,” Cano insisted.

Cano files two complaints in the Federal Justice to unravel the plot that already registers two double crimes linked to drug trafficking. “All roads lead to the same place. The south of Tucumán, especially Juan Bautista Alberdi, seems to have become a center of operations for dealers and hitmen. The last of the events already has defendants with direct links to political power and to businesses in the area. “There is much more than suspicion,” he stated.

The legislator stressed the need for a firmer political decision to combat true drug power. “We can stop hundreds of transactions, but if we do not go against those who traffic and launder drug money, there will be no limits to crime. In last year’s elections, we denounced that drugs were exchanged for votes. Power must demonstrate that it has no ties with those who sow death in our province,” he concluded.

Cano also emphasized the need for greater rigor in the application of the Drug Dealing Law. “The Drug Dealing Law is falling short. We need a more rigorous and comprehensive approach to dismantle drug trafficking networks, target major drug traffickers and prevent small distributors from continuing to operate. It is essential that the authorities act firmly and transparently to ensure that the law is complied with in its entirety and without exceptions,” he noted.

 
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