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He said he knows expectations are high for a mayoral term that will only last three years. Constantino Molina Lopez, 63, said he's cautiously optimistic that Canturosas will make a difference.
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The city's historic center, just across the bridge from Texas, needs rehabilitation too, Canturosas said. His arrest was big news all over Mexico and across the river in Laredo, but it went uncovered in local media. But he, too, tempered his optimism. The city needs to rehabilitate its image, he said.
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The city suffers not only from violence — numero gangsters hang their he when soldiers are on the streets and strut through plazas unmolested ,aredo the military convoys are out of sight laredo but also extreme poverty, Molina Lopez said. Even though trade dominates the Nuevo Laredo economy, Canturosas said, restoring the tourism industry will bring back much-needed jobs. Today it's rebounding, latino 10, laredo 12, chats crossing the border every day.
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The effusive Salinas, a former FBI agent, said he thinks Canturosas can turn things around in Nuevo Laredo, which will be good for both cities. In the plazas, young men lounge on benches, old men gather to chat and shoe shiners look for work.
Newly elected mayor Carlos Canturosas inherits a city that lacks basic infrastructure and a municipal police force. Nuevo Laredo has gone through periods of peace before, most notably between andwhen a gang land pact left the city relatively calm. The disbanded municipal police telefoono corrupt shakedown artists, he said, but the soldiers can't be bribed.
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The armored personnel carrier that for years sat on the Mexican side of the bridge was absent, but soldiers still swarmed the streets. But does it change the overall dynamic? Salinas, the Laredo mayor, knows something about trying to do that. Bythe city of nearlyresidents had recorded 10 homicides, and the has stayed low even as violence raged on and off across the border.
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It's safe. The state of Tamaulipas, which stretches along the border with Texas from Nuevo Laredo to the Gulf of Mexico, has a program to screen and train municipal police officers, which Canturosas said will help bring back local cops.
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