Global Security Headlines

Friday, January 7, 2011

#Mexico´s #Calderón vows to continue war on #narcos

In Mexico, some 30,000 have perished in the narcoterror war since Presidente Calderón started his crackdown on the drug cartels in order to save his country, according to CNN.

Many were affiliated with drug-trafficking as internecine warfare between the rival cartels contributed to the death count.

Capos Arturo Beltrán Leyva, El Barbas; Ignacio Nacho Coronel; Arturo Ezequiel Cárdenas Guillén, Tony Tormenta, y Nazario Moreno González, El Chayo have died as evidence of  big blows inflicted on the leadership of the criminal organizations by authorities.

The question posited by GSM is a strategic one: Can Calderón save the country from the grimy grips of narcos or  does Mexico collapse?

He has two years left in his term.

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