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"Revolutionary indicators contradict the reality of our country"


November 28, 2018 01:15

Nestor Reverol, Minister of the Interior, Justice and Peace, presented a security report for 2018, according to which, compared to the same period of 2017, there was a 28.4% reduction in crime.

The mortality rate per 100 thousand people has dropped by 17 per cent to 30 per cent, down to 27 per cent of the 100 per 100,000 population.

Director of the Venezuelan Violence Observatory, Roberto Brisenzo-Leo, a sociologist, says: "They are now different from those who have been reporting to the Venezuelan Violence Observatory and do not feel that they are safe on the street away from ordinary Venezuelan daily experiences and feelings." He assured that there were crimes, such as the abduction of vehicles, due to the crisis.

Reverol says: "They killed 3,703 people, totaling 16,320 lootings and 4,440 thefts". It reduced the facts of abduction at the national level by 38.3%, and in Capital District – 37.4%.

According to the minister, 89.5% of the abductions are concentrated in the states of Miranda, Aragua and the capital where theft decreased by 37.4%; However, it is difficult to determine whether there is a reduction in Brisen-Leone stealing facts because they are crimes that are not criminal and are subject to change in their performance.

Regarding the decline in crime, he concluded that "the crime would be mutated" and that the country would adapt to reality. Rather than reducing the risk, this asserted that the performance and change in methods.

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