Mexico should create a national search system to keep track of who has disappeared. The rise in violence by drug cartels over the past several years has resulted in thousands of kidnappings in the country. Therefore, Mexico needs a system to keep track of everyone that disappears in the country to aide authorities in finding them.
Yes, Mexico should create a national search system for people who have disappeared. The stunning disappearance of teaching students in Mexico shined a bright light on the number of people who have disappeared under mysterious circumstances, potentially involving governmental conclusion. The Mexican government owes it to their families to create such a national search system to bring closure to these cold cases.
Yes, Mexico should create a national search system for people who have disappeared. Many people are simply snatched by drug cartels and are never seen or heard from again. If a national search system existed, people may be found quickly before they are harmed or killed by the drug cartels.
Mexico has long been known for a corrupt goverment and rampant organized crime. Even should a national search system be put in place, there is no guarantee that it would be an honest system. It is not hard to imagine a corrupt government official receiving a bribe or two to keep a name on or off the list. It would certainly be a good implementation for the citizenry if it were run honestly.