Tightening security measures at the National Palace

The security protocols to enter National Palace They’re tougher on Tuesday morning, a day after the environment minister, Orlando Jorge Mira, was murdered in his office at the institution he heads.

Soldiers guarding the entrance to the Government House require those going into the cars to lower all windows and open the luggage compartment for the purpose of visual inspection before being allowed in.

People who are on their feet are also subject to a comprehensive review.

Likewise, greater than usual monitoring was observed in parking spaces and in metal and baggage detectors at checkpoints and entry units to the headquarters of the executive branch.

The national flag is flying at half of the staff National Palace In response to Decree 298-22 declaring three days of official mourning for the death of Orlando Jorge Mera, who will attend mass at the chapel in the Presidential House building, at 12:30 p.m.

Graduated in Social Communication with a mention in Journalism from UASD. More than 11 years of work in various media, television, radio and writing.

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