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After disturbances in San Felipe, state asks for respect
MEXICALI - The Baja state government is staying out of the conflict occurring in San Felipe, after a violent day where unidentified persons set fire to a vehicle belonging to the National Aquaculture and Fishing Commission (Conapesca), and an area of the Federal Environmental Protection Agency was set afire.

Regarding what had happened, the state attorney general, Socorro Ibarra Leyva, said at the current time state attorney general personnel was not needed to control the situation, as there are already federal forces present, they have the authority and have addressed the matter.

Faced with this landscape, the Secretary General of the state government, Francisco Rueda Gómez, denied there was any rapprochement by the state with the activist (that would be Sunshine) and rejected the violence in San Felipe. He said that just because the government has not yet taken action does not mean it will not take any action.

"This issue of the implementation of the ban on fishing is a a federal matter, where Conapesca and Profepa are involved. The participation of the state is in matters of coordination and collaboration with federal authorities and that is what is happening," he said.
Más vale pocos pelos, pero bien peinados.
Conapesca truck burned in San Felipe.

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Más vale pocos pelos, pero bien peinados.


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