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Scioli denies withdrawal of Gendarmerie

A group of gendarmes in Santa Fe province, December 2013. (TÉLAM)
A group of gendarmes in Santa Fe province, December 2013. (TÉLAM)
A group of gendarmes in Santa Fe province, December 2013. (TÉLAM)
Buenos Aires Governor Daniel Scioli assured that “gendarmerie personnel” will continue its fight against crime in Argentina’s most populated province, and confirmed a meeting with Cabinet Chief, Jorge Capitnaich on Wednesday morning.

According to Scioli, in the reunion he will discuss the “planning” process regarding the continuity of the armed force personnel in his district.

“Sometimes there are more and sometimes less”, he told in an interview with a local radio station.

“We will meet Federal Government representatives, including Cabinet Chief Capitanich, Security Secretary Sergio Berni, and Buenos Aires Security Minister Alejandro Granados”, explained Scioli.

In addition, he considered that “a rotation must take place” because “sometimes there is an operative need.” However he refused to give more details.

“Are we going to reveal the criminals the armed forces destination? Scioli asked rhetorically. “No," he answered. "So I urge everybody to act with prudence on this matter.”

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