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Massa's anti-crime project 'not new,' Scioli

BA province Governor Daniel Scioli (C) and Security Minister Ricardo Casal supervise results of anti-crime operations

The creation of municipal police has been set for debate in the Buenos Aires province for a year, Governor Daniel Scioli said as he questioned the anti-crime agenda launched by Renewal Front head Sergio Massa. "Not new," Scioli’s Security Minister Ricardo Casal had already warned.

The battle against crime is headed by the provincial administration “representing a district 2,000 times higher than townships,” Scioli told media in reference to the Tigre locality run by Massa who announced a 7-point agenda back on Sunday involving the creation of municipal police.

The Mayor of Tigre standing for Parliament plans to take his anti-crime projects to Congress if elected. But Governor Scioli warned: “The project has been ready for debate for more than a year.”

BA province Security Minister Ricardo Casal had said indeed that Massa’s proposal was “nothing new” to what the Scioli administration had already been doing in Argentina’s most populated district.

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