Monday, March 04, 2013

translated from Spanish

Mexico City - At least seven people were killed in a clash in Agua Verde, El Rosario in Sinaloa, during a clash between police and suspected criminals. Four of the dead are agents, according to early reports.

The month of February brought at least 75 executions in the state, according to a count by the local press. So now comes Enrique Peña Nieto on his first tour as President of Mexico to Sinaloa.

The mayor of Rosario, Edgar Gonzalez, told local media that four of the victims are preventive agents. He said the four were "raised" in a guardhouse. Were found dead along with other civil hours later.

These killings add 11 crimes the last 24 hours in southern Sinaloa. In the mountainous area of ​​Mazatlan were ambushed two people in the community of El Tecomate, while two others were killed in San Ignacio.

Peña Nieto today began a tour of Sinaloa

Peña Nieto The President today began a working visit to Sinaloa. On the premises of the company "Rene Produce" in the locality of El Dorado, Culiacán, the head of the federal executive will witness the signing of the agreement for Agricultural Development.

According to the agenda provides for the intervention of state governor, Mario Lopez Valdez, who is also the current president of the National Conference of Governors (Conago) and Agriculture Secretary Enrique Martinez y Martinez.

Also speaking will Faustino Hernandez, president of the Regional Livestock Union of Sinaloa; Armando Castro, president of the Federation of Fisheries Cooperatives Center that entity, and Germán Escobar Manjarrez, the League of Agrarian Communities state.

It is expected that President Peña Nieto return to Mexico City at 17:00 hours on Monday.


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