Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Thursday called the prison states of medication ruler Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman obtuse, while vowing to cut down savagery originating from medication brutality by make a general public less fixated on material riches.
Guzman will spend the remainder of his days in a correctional facility in the United States after a judge condemned him on Wednesday to life in jail in addition to 30 years. A jury discovered him liable in February following an 11-week preliminary.
Lopez Obrador said at his normal morning meeting that sentences like the one for El Chapo – “a sentence for life in a threatening prison, hard, harsh” – made a real existence no longer worth living.
Just as his anxiety for the notorious boss’ prosperity, Lopez Obrador scrutinized the brutality he created over his long profession, and said society required good changes.
“I likewise have numerous unfortunate casualties as a primary concern,” he included. “It’s something exceptionally agonizing.”
Lopez Obrador has made another mobilized police power to cut down brutality that has spiraled as cartels chip and littler gatherings battle for an area.
A year ago, savagery cost a record 33,000 lives. Those numbers kept flooding in the initial a half year of Lopez Obrador’s term in office, which started in December.
At the point when asked whether he anticipated that savagery should rise further over coming weeks following the condemning of El Chapo, Lopez Obrador stated: “No, despite what might be expected. We feel that a little bit at a time the quantity of criminal occurrences will decrease.”
“We will keep on making a superior society, upheld by qualities that did not depend on aggregating material riches, cash or extravagance” Lopez Obrador said.
In a supposition survey directed by Mexico’s Reforma paper, with help from the Washington Post, 52% of individuals reviewed said Lopez Obrador’s endeavors to handle wrongdoing were missing while 55% said he was neglecting to cut down viciousness.