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“What will FIFA think”: Fatelson’s criticism of the violence Mexico is experiencing ahead of the 2026 World Cup

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David Fatelson. photo @ESPN

Journalist through his Twitter account David Fatelson threw away Review For the delegation in charge of organizing 2026 world cup which is based on United States, Mexico and Canada, In his publication he questions whether fifa Taking into account the social status a country is experiencing in order to proceed as host: “Doesn’t he care about what’s going on?,

He also shared a photo of the cover of Dario Reforma dated this Friday, November 19, 2021 and the keynote is titled “violence eruptsIn development of note it is complemented with images of lifeless bodies and crime scenes in cities such as Zapopan in Jalisco; in Cuernavaca, Morelos; in Acapulco, Guerrero, and in Zacatecas.

network commentator ESPN It appeared in the framework of the visit that the highest football organization in Mexico City was created to oversee the conditions in and around the Azteca Stadium. He was Claudia Sheinbaum, the head of the capital’s government, who led the meeting to explain the details. And in Faitelson’s counterpart, the president encouraged not only to approve the venue, but to give it the inaugural match.

Photo: Twitter @Faitelson_ESPN
Photo: Twitter @Faitelson_ESPN

“There is no other metropolitan area in the world that has more football fans than the metropolitan area of ​​the Valley of Mexico and is promoting the city to be part of the World Cup and especially Invite Them to the Early Game And some other activities that accompanies the World Cup, such as the Fan Fest and the FIFA World Congress,” the governor said.

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The reality is that for Mexican citizens, especially those who live in the three cities proposed to host the World Cup, the issue of insecurity and violence is a matter of concern. According to the most recent national survey of urban public safety conducted quarterly (September 2021) by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography, 64.5% of Mexicans consider it unsafe to live in their cities,

Of the three options proposed by the Mexican Football Federation, Guadalajara Who is there growing sense of insecurity generates among its residents with a figure set in 83.2%, monterrey It is the one with the lowest percentage with 64.1% (actually in the Estadio BBVA it is located in the neighboring municipality GUADALUPE, their figure is 49.6%).

In the case of Mexico City, the numbers are calculated by demarcation, that is, by municipalities. Of the 16 extant people, above 96 percent live on: Iztapalapa and Tlahuac have the highest percentages, with 78.2% and 78.1%, respectively. Azteca Stadium’s Location, Coyoacán, Records 53% of Its Residents Feel Insecure,

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