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"Stupor" precludes Venezuelan society from demanding security

Sociologist Ramón Piñango is positive that the government responsiveness in the murder of actress Mónica Spear is "strictly in the political interest"

The sociologist thinks that citizens should ask for security (File photo)
RAFAEL ARIAS |  EL UNIVERSAL
Tuesday January 21, 2014  01:11 PM
Any and all citizens ought to ask Venezuelan regulatory authorities for assurances in the field of security, to the mind of sociologist Ramón Piñango. The expert terms this stage as "stupor," a situation that prevents citizens from requiring proper actions.

Piñango explained that while the society has somewhat reacted, "the demand has not been strenuous enough." Reference was made to initiatives such as "One casualty, one flower," recently carried out to ask for cessation of violence and comeback of peace in Venezuela, among others.

In the sociologist's opinion, all Venezuelan associations should stand up together in demand of security. "As regards life, one must abandon particular interest."

Minister of the Interior, Justice and Peace, Miguel Rodríguez Torres, recently put the official number of homicides at 39 per 100,000 individuals. As far as Piñango is concerned, the figure is "clearly very high," and shows further that violence "burst its banks."

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