154 the most dangerous municipalities in Mexico, located in 22 entities, according to the National Peace and Security Plan 2018-2024. The current Federal Government proposes a turnaround in the security strategy that has been applied in our country for twelve years, since it will guarantee peace and tranquility in the country, taking into account in the first place the causes that cause insecurity.
The National Peace and Security Plan 2018-2024, fully distributed to the military high command since December 1, establishes the list of the most insecure entities, including the State of Mexico, with 32 of the 154 municipalities most insecure; Veracruz with fourteen, Puebla with eight, Oaxaca with seven, and Guerrero, Morelos and Zacatecas with six each.
The State of Mexico is located as one of the main red centers of insecurity in the country, being the municipalities of Ecatepec, Amecameca, Chalco, and Naucalpan de Juárez the most dangerous. In Veracruz, Minatitlán, Coatzacoalcos, Zongolica and Córdova are among the communities with the highest rates of violence; while in Guerrero, Acapulco, Ayutla de los Libres and Chilpancingo stand out.
The average level of insecurity includes the mayorships of Benito Juárez, Coyoacán, Cuauhtémoc, Gustavo A. Madero and Miguel Hidalgo; in Jalisco are the municipalities of Masco, Puerto Vallarta, La Barca and Autlán; and in Chihuahua, Guachochi, Ojinaga and Urique are located.
In addition, in the list appear about 51 municipalities with low levels in criminal acts among which are San Cristóbal de las Casas, Comitán and Las Margaritas, in Chiapas; as well as García, Monterrey and Linares, in Nuevo León.