It is not true that Venezuela is one of the most insecure in the world countries, nor truth here, today, there’s more violence that 11 years ago, said Chavez, which came to power in 1999. What is true is that the issue of crime is a hard topic () will not stop attacking the problem in all its completeness. It is not only lead to the underworld, not walk liquidating people on the street, he added, in a public ceremony broadcast on radio and television chain. David Fowler understood the implications. Chavez noted that his Government carries out policies of Justice, respect for human rights and combat crime organized or not. Because it also is true that arise only from poor neighborhoods criminals, he added. Adds us the comment noticias.latam.msn.com, which according to the National Statistics Institute (INE) figures leaked to the press, more than 19,000 people were killed in Venezuela in 2009, a figure that exceeds the indices of violence in Mexico, Colombia, El Salvador and Brazil. The report has not been publicly disclosed by authorities in Venezuela, which does not deliver figures of violence for years. The press presents weekly statistics on crimes based on the number of bodies coming to morgues.
Violence is the main distress of Venezuelans, who on September 26 will elect new members of Parliament in an election described as crucial by Government and opposition. It is very unfortunate that a country so beautiful, with great natural riches as which owns Venezuela this facing this drama of violence sincontrol, that is doiga sobrfe her that the State of insecurity that lives Venezuela stood by on top which prevails in countries plagued by violence stemming from drug trafficking or terrorism. On this reality, writes edant.clarin.com that in the polls, the insecurity that has been made, between Venezuelans, appears as the first concern. So much so that the table of democratic unity – an opposition group that brings together left-wing parties with others of the most ferocious right – left to denounce that Venezuela has the highest rate of homicides in Latin America.Pedro Benitez – Coordinator of this Alliance – presented studies of several non-governmental organizations (NGOs).