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Rodríguez, José de Jesús González. 2014 ‘Arms Seized 2013-2014.’ Firearms Trafficking: Context, Legislative Proposals and Public Opinion (Trafico de Armas: Entorno, Propuestas Legislativas y Opinión Pública), p. 29. Mexico City: Centro de Estudios Sociales y de Opinión Pública (Social Studies and Public Opinion Center). 1 December

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[L]os datos… aportan información sobre 8,540 armas aseguradas entre septiembre de 2013 a julio de 2014. Esos datos indican en principio que un 74% de dicho arsenal, corresponde a armas largas y el resto a cortas…

Fuente:
Procuraduría General de la República, "Segundo informe de labores 2013-2014", PGR, México 2014.

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Translated content:

[T]he data… indicates that 8,540 firearms were seized between September 2013 and July 2014. The data also shows that 74% of the seized arsenal consists of long guns and the rest are handguns…

Source cited:
Attorney General's Office, 'Second work report 2013-2014', Mexico 2014.

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