Hurricane Otis Exacerbates Vulnerability to Cartel Exploitation Amid Rebuilding Efforts

PUERTO VALLARTA (PVDN) - The coastal city of Acapulco, once a bustling hub of tourism in Mexico, is now grappling with the catastrophic aftermath of Hurricane Otis, which viciously struck the Guerrero state 10 days ago. This natural disaster not only razed infrastructure but also heightened the risk of criminal enterprises infiltrating reconstruction initiatives, a situation that poses significant concern for both local and federal authorities.

In the wake of the hurricane, which saw Acapulco's landmarks and livelihoods demolished, analysts are raising alarms over the potential infiltration of organized crime in the city's rebuilding process. Falko . . .

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