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They send the son of a prosecutor to check data on missing people

Mexico City.- In the midst of the controversy over the numbers of missing persons in the country, the federal government will appoint Rosendo Gómez Silván as head of the National Center for Human Identification (CNIH), an organization that will control data on missing persons in the country.

Gómez Silván is from Tabasco and the son of the prosecutor who is investigating the disappearance of the 43 normal students from Ayotzinapa.

The new head of the CNIH was director of Human Rights of the Attorney General’s Office of Tabasco and last June he was included in the presidential proposal to the Senate of 70 candidates to occupy one of the 28 vacant magistrate positions in the regional chambers of the Federal Court of Justice Administrative.

Gómez Silván’s promotion occurs despite the fact that the federal government and President Andrés Manuel López Obrador himself have warned that there is no nepotism in public service.

Gómez Silván’s father was appointed to the Prosecutor’s Office of the 43 in place of Omar Gómez Trejo, who resigned in September 2022, in disagreement with the investigations against Jesús Murillo Karam and the intervention of the Executive and the Judiciary in the investigations of the case .

The new Tabasco prosecutor was rejected by the parents of the 43 normalistas.

Now his son reaches a position specialized in the use of scientific and genetic data to search for missing people.

The CNIH is attached to the National Search Commission (CNB), which became headless after the resignation of its head Karla Quintana, who disagreed with the change in policy in the count of missing persons with the participation of the Ministry of Welfare and the minimization of the work of the Segob.

The Identification Center will compare data from different sources and institutions to locate missing persons.

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