by Frank Osorio
It is true that Mexico right now has been going through a dificult times, in terms of National Security, the war against drug cartels still on the field, but something is needed to win this war.
That is the reason why this week the reforms to the National Security Law will be voted on the Senate. If aproved, it will constitute a great advance that would redesing the national strategy to cambat organized crime in full respect of human rights, while ensuring judicial security for the armed forces.
Another aspect that will change is new mechanisms to promote coordination between federal forces and civil authorities, while establishing operational and temporal guidelines in order to allow military forces to participate in police operations.