Los Cabos, Baja California Sur — Quintana Roo State Attorney General, Óscar Montes de Oca, took part in the US/Mexico Binational Summit of Attorneys General earlier this week. While there, he stressed the importance of the event in order to acquire new experiences that contribute to compliance with the law.
Óscar Montes de Oca reported that 16 Mexican Attorney Generals and eight United States Attorney Generals, as well as federal agencies of the American Union, participated in the binational meeting held within the framework of the bicentennial agreement in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur.
The head of the FGE Quintana Roo said that during the meeting, in which the Ambassador of the United States in Mexico, Ken Salazar, attended, issues related to the oral and adversarial justice system were discussed.
Likewise, they also discussed topics related to traditional and technological criminal dynamics. Participants were summoned to train the operators of the accusatory penal system whose courses will begin in January. The event took place from December 13 to 16.