The society of Lima, Peru was shocked this weekend due to recent tragic events that put the citizens security under the attack of cruel murdered and burglars meanwhile the Peruvian government is unable to fighting with that problem.
In the middle of the week three individual assaulted brutally a public notary in Lima and fired against two people intentionally to grab a briefcase with 260 thousand soles (100 thousand US dollars). One of the victims, a businessman Felix Gonzales, died and the other, Pascual Catinaime, was injured. Close to the scene of crime was a kid of 6 years old.
Three days after a photographer of an influential newspaper has been shot to death outside his home apparently to steal his truck. Luis Choy of 39 year old was leaving his home in an SUV when an unidentified man shot at him twice and fled in a car that had been waiting.
After those events groups of press associations have demanded the resignation of the minister of Interior (of charge of the National Security) and the Chief of the National Police.
The former candidate to the presidency of Peru, Keiko Fujimori, requested to the president Ollanta Humala, (a retirement military) to accomplish his promise to fight the common delinquency as he said in his campaign to the presidency.
Statistics say Lima turned in the second city more insecure and dangerous of Latin America after Mexico DF and above Ciudad de Guatemala and Caracas of Venezuela.