Located people will not be deleted from the new registry of missing people: Segob – El Sol de México

Given the controversy over the reduction in numbers of missing people in Mexico, Luisa María Alcalde, Secretary of the Interior (Segob), assured that the people located in the new federal registry will not be deleted.

“Even when we have already located the person, we are not going to delete them from the registry, they will still be found in the database but they will appear as located,” said the head of Segob during the morning conference of the President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

In addition, he defended the methodology to purify the registry of missing persons and stressed that the new data has a location strategy.

He also commented that a collaboration strategy is being followed with various government institutions and urged the population to collaborate with information that allows the search for missing persons. He stressed that the search methodology is immediate, individualized and approaches each family of the victims.

Finally, the Mayor reported that as of August 22, there were 110,964 records of missing persons and, with 16,681 located; 17 thousand 843 people located; 26 thousand 90 records without identification data; 36 thousand 22 records identified but without search indications and 12 thousand 377 confirmed complaints.

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The controversy over these data arose a few days ago, after relatives of the disappeared questioned that the number of 110,964 records of missing persons had been reduced to only 12,377 confirmed reports.

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