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There is no presumption of innocence for ministers

In this El Montonero article, Dardo López-Dolz raises the age of question of, “What makes being a minister so appealing,” by taking a deeper look at the presumptions of holding office and comparing them to the realities of the position. Often times the positions, and their responsibilities, have changed as drastically over the years as the country they represent, which leads to shifts in attitudes that are more similar to those of the incumbent administration. So, what is it that keeps drawing in young, qualified candidates from prestigious institutions and rooting older, distinguished lifelong politicians to run for these high offices?

 

To read the full article (in Spanish) and understand more about the life of ministers and the answers to these questions, click here.

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Importancia de la formalidad para la seguridad

Fellow Dardo López-Dolz writes about the security in Peru in this latest article. López-Dolz claims that rules are less obligatory and more like recommendations in Peru. This puts the security of the entire state in jeopardy. He recommends other actors taking a role in Peruvian security, such as the private sector. Private sector security can offer another source of “attentive eyes.”

Read the full article (in Spanish) at El Montonero.

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Dardo López-Dolz escribe en su columna sobre la seguridad en Peru. Dice que reglas son como recomendaciones y no como obligaciones. Está pone en peligro la seguridad del Estado. Él recomienda que otras actores pueden tomar un papel en seguridad, incluido la sector privada. López-Dolz dice “la seguridad privada tiene capacidad de influir de múltiples maneras positivas en la seguridad ciudadana, liberando parte de la presión de la actividad policial preventiva, al aumentar los “ojos” atentos a dar la alerta, disminuyendo la vulnerabilidad a la tentación delictiva.” 

Lee el artículo completo en El Montonero.