The incidence of criminal acts in Florida livestock sector continues to be high

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Florida, January 18.- More than 160 criminal acts in the livestock sector were recorded in the municipality of Florida until the end of 2023, as was known during the development of the Annual Crime Action carried out with the presence of the highest political and government authorities Of the territory.

Among the productive units with the highest incidence of theft, sacrifice and loss of cattle and other large animals are the Frank País García, Leopoldo Rey Sampayo, Saturnino Aneiro, Octavio Aragón and Alberto Becerra Credit and Services Cooperatives (CCS).

According to the report presented at the aforementioned meeting, the main causes and conditions that made possible the increase in crime in Florida livestock were the lack of control of the herd, poor lighting in the custody areas and abandonment of the farms by the owners and usufructuaries of land responsible for the herds.

During the meeting to analyze the criminal situation in this municipality in the previous period, the work of peasant surveillance in the CCS Camilo Torres and Heriberto Martin Guzmán was highlighted, which did not report effects of this type in the past year.

At the end of the meeting, where organizations and institutions related to peasant work were also present, the presidents and representatives of cooperatives and other agricultural entities in the territory committed to increasing daily control and carrying out joint actions with the Police to successfully confront illegalities and criminal manifestations in the new stage.

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Acerca de Mayelin Baryolo Rodríguez

Licenciada en Estudios Socioculturales en la Universidad de Camagüey. Diplomada en Periodismo. Trabaja como periodista de Radio Florida desde el año 2009 atendiendo sectores como la Federación de Mujeres Cubanas, los Comités de Defensa de la Revolución, la Central de Trabajadores de Cuba, entre otros. Contactos: Twitter: @mayelinbaryolo Facebook: Mayelín Baryolo Rodríguez

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