The missing persons crisis has undoubtedly reached truly worrying levels in Mexico, and Jalisco has become the state that unfortunately leads this crime.
Given this, Jorge Ramírez Plascencia, a member of the University Committee for Analysis on Disappearance Matters, acknowledges that unfortunately, this problem has not wanted to be dealt with in a real way by the authorities, since despite the complaints that have existed, not all have been investigated.
"Most of the cases are concentrated in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara, we are talking about the municipalities of the Metropolitan Area, there is . . .
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