The government of Aguascalientes assured that there are transparency in investigations made around the death of Jesus Ociel Baenawho identified as a non-binary person, and his partner Dorian Daniel Nieves Herrera, of whom a death related to homicide and subsequent suicide follows.
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Enrique de la Torre, head of the Secretary of Communication and Spokesperson of the State Government, assured that Any national or international body will have access to the research made in this case.
Likewise, he guaranteed transparency in it, “national or international instances with the evidence that they have could have access, we have been very responsible with the information, with the investigations, with everything that is handled around this issue. We are in mourning, I believe, throughout Mexico.”
The spokesperson added that the state administration fully trusts that the results that have been announced will emerge.
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“The position of the State Government is that we would be open to any national or international body having access to the results, which will ultimately reach the same conclusion that the State Prosecutor’s Office reached,” he added.
Regarding the time in which progress has been made regarding the case, he stated that in addition to the fact that time warranted it, “there was conclusive evidence and it merited being able to come out and give a version because that is also what the institutions and organizations were already requesting.” and the community.”
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Finally, he guaranteed that since the facts were made known, the state government remains aware of the case and that the state president has even held a meeting with relatives of Jesus Ociel Baena and with different instances, from which he requested total transparency in the resolution of the events.
Originally published in The Sun of the Center