Riviera Maya, Q.R. — The Attorney General of the State of Quintana Roo appeared before the XVII Legislature to render his First Work Report. During his report, Raciel López Salazar said “we are rebuilding a stronger Prosecutor’s Office with a vision of service and results with sensitive and trained public servants, in order to respond with results to the complaints of the people of Quintana Roo.”
In the plenary session of the State Congress, he said he was convinced of the leadership of the Governor of Quintana Roo, Mara Lezama, as well as her unconditional support to transform the autonomous body into an efficient and effective institution, full of challenges and opportunities for continuous improvement.
In that order he stressed that “an entity of laws with value, peace and justice, making it a reality is our opportunity, this is our obligation and this will be our greatest reward.”
He added that without a doubt the challenges that arise drive them to act thoroughly, with determination to combat crime and the causes that converge in insecurity.
As part of this action to consolidate the challenges, there is a combination of inter-institutional efforts with the federal, state and municipal governments through coordinated work that in fact demonstrates that unity is strength and allows them to deliver positive results.
In this framework, he listed the actions carried out in these months of exercise at the head of the FGE Quintana Roo, in which the schemes and exchange of information and collaboration with neighboring States that contribute to obtaining relevant arrests were expanded.
Likewise, he pointed out that they carry out the promotion of effective citizen participation, which contributes to the strengthening of social integration, the dissemination of the culture of legality and improvement of opportunities in providing care to the people of Quintana Roo and their visitors.
Today in the State Attorney General’s Office, there is a permanent call to put the spirit of service over arrogance, transparency over corruption, with an administration open to the evaluation of the entire society.
“Coordination with the armed forces, National Guard and the Attorney General’s Office of the Republic, whom I recognize and thank for their effort and collaboration at all times, is a constant within the Attorney General’s Office of the State of Quintana Roo,” he stated.