>>Pope Francisco: Security plan includes the prohibition of marches
January 18, 2018
Más de 2.600 policías y miembros de las Fuerzas Armadas estarán encargados de garantizar la seguridad del Sumo Pontífice y ciudadanos que asistan a la misa.
El plan para garantizar la seguridad del papa Francisco en su visita al país quedó listo e incluye labores de inteligencia para evitar posibles imprevistos, aseguró ayer el ministro del Interior, Vicente Romero.
“La seguridad está montada sobre un esquema de prevención y el cuidado del minuto a minuto de Su Santidad por todos los lugares donde se desplazará”, indicó.
[Google Translation: More than 2,600 policemen and members of the Armed Forces will be in charge of guaranteeing the security of the Supreme Pontiff and citizens who attend the mass .
The plan to ensure the safety of Pope Francis in his visit to the country was ready and includes intelligence work to avoid possible unforeseen events, said Interior Minister Vicente Romero yesterday .
“The security is mounted on a prevention scheme and the minute-by-minute care of His Holiness for all the places where he will move,” he said.
In addition, the General Directorate of Interior Government reported that guarantees will not be granted for marches or mobilizations during the visit of Pope Francis to the country, from January 18 to 21.
For this last city, it has been planned to displace 2,600 policemenwho will have the support of the Armed Forces. “We need the population to trust all the entities of the State that are committed to security,” Minister Romero said.
For Sunday 21, a total of 510 policemen, distributed in the 17 doors of entrance to the air base Las Palmas, will have the mission to check the faithful who attend the massive mass of Pope Francis .
“We ask the population to have patience and peace of mind that this will be done in the established times,” said General EP Jorge Chavez, head of Indeci.]
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