He regretted that U.S. agencies like the DEA resort to acts of “money laundering” to find the presumed route of resources
MEXICO CITY – The Anti-Money Laundering Act is expected to be approved by the Chamber of Deputies “will be insufficient if the U.S. persists in its practice of covert operations funds of illicit origin whitening as those conducted by the DEA “.
The legal deputy coordinator of the PAN in San Lazaro, Oscar Arce Paniagua, lamented that U.S. agencies like the DEA resort to acts of “money laundering” to find the presumed path of the funds of illicit origin in Mexico and the United States.
“It is unfortunate that while efforts are made in Mexico in terms of improving the legal framework to stop multinational crime of money laundering, the United States encourages these illegal in Mexico,” he said in an interview.
He stressed that the operation of the DEA and others as “Fast and Furious” that encouraged the entry of weapons into Mexico, “are really disappointing for Congress and Mexican government, as well as being an illegal interference are performed without any coordination and with no results.
He recalled that the Joint Committee on Justice and Treasury approved shortly that law which extends the punishment for a crime that was punishable as money laundering, which moves in Mexico is estimated 45 billion dollars annually.
Arce Paniagua said to be regarded as suspicious betting all purchases in excess of 200 thousand pesos, and also oversees the buying and selling art, jewelry and real estate.
Operations also deported to the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP) is the assembly of vehicles by more than 400 thousand pesos, and cars with value over 300 thousand pesos.