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PUNTO Y APARTE.
Lunes, 26 de Noviembre de 2012 08:18    PDF Imprimir E-mail

 

 

* Vázquez Luna: fortaleza

* MC: respecto al exorcismo

 

Cuernavaca, Morelos, México.- 1.- El viernes 19 de octubre del presente año, a escasos días de haber asumido la gubernatura morelense, Graco Ramírez Garrido Abreu anunció la designación del general retirado José Leopoldo Martínez González como nuevo subsecretario Operativo en la Secretaría de Seguridad Pública del Estado, a cargo de la maestra Alicia Vázquez Luna. Al día siguiente, en este espacio, comenté que ambos funcionarios tendrían que demostrar lealtad a la sociedad local, además de hacerlo con el propio mandatario. Pero tocante al militar en retiro estaría obligado a expresar su incondicionalidad, según indican los cánones no escritos de la institución, a la Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional (Sedena). Y agregué el siguiente comentario: “La coexistencia entre ambos será difícil”. El 20 de octubre señalamos lo siguiente: “El mandatario morelense inició con ellos un interesante experimento tendiente a mezclar el agua y el aceite. Vázquez Luna y Martínez González tienen orígenes diametralmente opuestos”.

 

2.- El general de División Diplomado de Estado Mayor, José Leopoldo Martínez González, antes de arribar a Morelos y entre otras cosas había sido comandante de la guarnición militar de Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua; jefe de Estado Mayor de Zona Militar; ex presidente del Supremo Tribunal Militar (en la era de Vicente Fox); secretario de Seguridad Pública en Tlaxcala, y comandante de Zona Militar. Llegó acompañado de las mejores cartas credenciales que lo proyectaron como todo un experto en seguridad nacional. Pero su escenario en Morelos era, hasta el 19 de octubre pasado, idéntico al de sus antecesores, también militares retirados. Me refiero a los generales de División Diplomados de Estado Mayor, Gastón Menchaca Arias, Gilberto Toledano Sánchez y Rafael García Aguilar, caracterizados por encabezar una institución empobrecida, carente de suficientes recursos para responder a los reclamos de seguridad pública, con un número bajo de elementos activos (960) frente a los dos millones de habitantes que casi integran nuestra entidad, etcétera. Pero el problema básico para el general Martínez González fue que su superior inmediata directo era (es) mujer: Alicia Vázquez Luna, con quien tuvo una fuerte diferencia el miércoles 21 de noviembre por la tarde-noche. Llegó el jueves y con el nuevo día su fulminante cese, decidido por la férrea titular de la SSP.

3.- El sábado 20 de octubre, en este mismo espacio, agregué lo siguiente: “Según el organigrama de la institución (el multicitado militar) será subalterno de Vázquez Luna, lo cual invita a reflexionar sobre una eventual incongruencia, la mezcla del agua y el aceite (que finalmente se separan); y anticipar conflictos de intereses, con saldos negativos en perjuicio de la ciudadanía morelense. Sólo una sorprendente institucionalidad, lealtad y necesidad de Alicia Vázquez Luna podrá mantenerla al frente de la SSP. De entrada, todo mundo ha sido informado en el sentido de que el general retirado, presentado la víspera, tendrá bajo su control la operación de la Policía Preventiva Estatal, la Policía Acreditable (incluidos ahí muy pronto los alrededor de 150 elementos que ganarán 15 mil pesos mensuales), cinco centros regionales y la estructuración de la nueva Policía de Mando Unico”.

4.- Y pregunté: “¿Dónde quedará, pues, la autoridad de Vázquez Luna?”. Hoy asumo mi responsabilidad y respondo: la posición de Vázquez Luna permanece intacta al frente de la Secretaría de Seguridad Pública de Morelos, donde el flamante general José Leopoldo Martínez González fue virtualmente ignorado durante su efímero paso por la Subsecretaría Operativa. Triunfó el feminismo sobre una corporación caracterizada por el liderazgo a cargo de hombres. Y en un contexto donde la maestra Vázquez Luna promueve la inclusión de mandos civiles en la SSP, el espacio ocupado por Martínez González está acéfalo, pero sus funciones las ha asumido de manera temporal Ignacio Alejandro Robles Tafolla, actual encargado del despacho en la dirección de la Policía Preventiva del Estado (fue director general de Seguridad Pública en Tlaltizapán en 2008).

5.- Y ya que toqué ámbitos de la SSP, llama la atención que al frente del Instituto de Evaluación, Formación y Profesionalización (dependiente del Consejo Estatal de Seguridad Pública), otrora encabezado por el general Alejandro Daniels Gaytán, se encuentra un contador público de nombre Isidro Zambrano Vargas, ex coordinador estatal del Subsistema de Preparatoria Abierta. Quizás debido a lo anterior, pero también al hecho de que Zambrano fue coordinador administrativo de la Secretaría de Educación del Estado, sustituyó a Alejandro Daniels Gaytán. Empero, su nombramiento o colocación en ese puesto se inserta en el acomodo de varios ex agentes del Ministerio Público en la estructura de la SSP, lo cual confirma el hecho de que la maestra Vázquez Luna (ex subprocuradora general de Justicia) ha tenido serias dificultades para constituir su equipo de colaboradores, conociéndolos y confiando en ellos.

6.- Andrés Manuel López Obrador, ex candidato presidencial de la Coalición Movimiento Progresista, obtuvo algo así como 358 mil votos en Morelos durante la jornada electoral del 1 de julio del presente año. Avasalló al priísta Enrique Peña Nieto. Y ni duda cabe: el controversial político tabasqueño contribuyó así a generar el triunfo de quienes integran hoy el grupo parlamentario de las izquierdas en el Congreso local, el de nuestros cinco diputados federales, el de 13 alcaldes, el de dos senadores por Morelos y, definitivamente, el de Graco Ramírez Garrido Abreu, actual gobernador morelense. En el contexto de la inauguración de la Oficina de Enlace Legislativo y Atención Ciudadana del diputado federal Francisco Coronato Rodríguez, efectuada este fin de semana, el diputado Ricardo Monreal Avila, coordinador del grupo parlamentario del PT en la Cámara de Diputados, declaró que “debe exorcizarse la traición”, en referencia a la declaración hecha el pasado jueves por Graco Ramírez para exorcizar al PRD del “fantasma” de Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Finalmente comentaré que este fin de semana trascendió de manera intermitente la versión de que Francisco Moreno Merino será director general de CAPUFE, ante lo cual ya está integrando su equipo de colaboradores.

 

 

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