Through the National Lottery, the next September 15, 22 real estate will be raffled, of which two houses are in Jalisco: in La Huerta de Peña in Tlaquepaque and in the La Rioja subdivision in Tlajomulco.
Through a Transparency request, the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) was asked what were the assets insured or seized, in what year and for what crimes, as well as who appeared as owners, but it replied that the information was held by the Institute to Give Back to the People the Stolen.
But the Institute replied, after two weeks of delay and a complaint filed for that reason before the National Transparency Platform, that it had no interference. They hide data on the origin of the properties.
Since 2019, the federal government has auctioned 27 properties in Jalisco
Among the assets that will be raffled on September 15 by the federal government, the house located in La Huerta de Peña in Tlaquepaque has an area of 90 square meters and a value of 2,680,000 pesos. And the house in Tlajomulco located in the La Rioja subdivision has 533 square meters built and costs six million 360 thousand pesos.
Information on these two properties was requested from the Institute to Give Back to the People the Stolen (Indep), but it replied that it did not have the data or the interference to respond.
In a review of the real estate auctions carried out in the last two years by the Institute, it was found that the house in La Rioja is the most expensive among the properties located in Jalisco, without a successful sale.
In addition, in June 2020 another home was auctioned in the same subdivision, at a cost of 2.3 million pesos. In the legend of the lot it was warned that “the property registers easement, an area of limitation of non-construction described in boundaries and adjoining”.
Between 2019 and July 2021, a total of 27 properties have been successfully auctioned in the Entity, of which six have been in the metropolitan area: a house subject to the condominium property regime on Belisario Domínguez avenue in Guadalajara; another in San Martín de las Flores; one more in Las Liebres de Tlaquepaque, for 195 thousand pesos; as well as urban land the Echeverría de Guadalajara neighborhood, for 529 thousand pesos. Also two wineries in Jardines de Guadalupe in Guadalajara, with a cost of 1.2 million pesos each. And a rustic land in Potrero de las Moras, in Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, with a value of 1.7 million pesos.
The remaining 21 properties are in inland municipalities: a house in Chapala, sold for 3.7 million pesos; five lots in Teocuitatlán de Corona; a commercial property in Gómez Farías; a rustic property in Mazamitla, at 359 thousand pesos; a house in Barra de Navidad, for 640 thousand pesos; a house in Puerto Vallarta, at 725 thousand pesos; a house in Concepción de Buenos Aires.
Undefined land is added with special facilities in Arandas; another urban plot in Gómez Farías; four urban properties without delimitation in Arandas, for 234 thousand pesos; another rustic land in Etzatlán, for 764 thousand pesos; a rustic piece of land in Tapalpa, in a fraction called Buena Vida, for 2.2 million pesos, as well as a piece of land in Puerto Vallarta, for 755 thousand pesos, among others.
The most luxurious house belonged to Amado Carrillo Fuentes
The 22 properties that are going to be raffled on September 15 are eight houses, seven apartments, five lots, a ranch and a box at the Azteca stadium.
At the national level, the most expensive homes are those located in Pedregal de San Ángel in Mexico City, with a price of 77 million 260 thousand pesos, as well as a Ranch in Xochitepec in Morelos, for 61 million 430 thousand pesos.
According to various national media, the first property belonged to Amado Carrillo Fuentes, “The Lord of the Skies,” who was head of the Juarez Cartel.
The Attorney General’s Office (FGR) pointed out that the Federal Law for the Administration and Disposal of Public Sector Assets aims to regulate the administration and destination of the following assets: those insured and confiscated in federal criminal proceedings.
In the understanding that the name of the Administration and Disposal of Assets Service is changed by the Institute to Return the Stolen to the People, it is established that the latter must respond to the related information.
But the Institute only answered: “The Legal Coordination of Real Estate does not have the powers to know the crimes for which the real estate under its administration was secured, confiscated or confiscated. It is not feasible to grant the information, since this legal coordination does not have attributions or powers to grant the information ”.
The decree of March 9, 2020 highlights that the objective of the National Lottery will be to support the activities of the federal Executive in the field of public and social assistance.
Most of Indep’s assets, from crime
In the Third Government Report of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador it was indicated that the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic delivered to Indep a total of 67 real estate that belonged to criminals, totaling 2,139 million pesos.
López Obrador stressed that, with the assets recovered through figures such as abandonment, confiscation or extinction of domain, he seeks to weaken crime.
The Individual Report of the Result of the Superior Audit of the Public Account 2019 of the Superior Audit of the Federation, specified that the Institute had in custody assets that added a total amount of 6,202 million 856 thousand pesos; Of these, 98% of the values correspond to assets transferred by the Attorney General’s Office (FGR), related to judicial processes.
While the rest are movable or immovable property from the transferring Entities (not insured by the FGR), but they are delivered in administration and are not part of the Indep patrimony.
In another area, in the audit it was observed that the manual for the operation had its last modification in October 2015, which means that it was out of date, “since it does not correspond to the Organic Statute of November 28, 2019”.
In this regard, the Institute reported that it is in the rethinking of the definitions for their update, but a schedule was not shown with the commitment dates and the activities to be carried out. In addition, it was pointed out that it had an amount of 4.6 million pesos to be clarified.
What does the Institute regulate to Return the Stolen to the People?
The Federal Law for the Administration and Disposal of Public Sector Assets is intended to regulate the administration and destination by the Institute for Returning to the People the Stolen, on the goods, assets and companies. As well as the following cases:
- Insured and forfeited in federal criminal proceedings.
- Those received in payment to cover all kinds of credits in favor of the Federal Government, its entities or dependencies, including those made available to the Federation Treasury or its assistants legally empowered to do so.
- Those that, being subject to one of the procedures established in the federal customs legislation, must be sold, destroyed, donated or assigned.
- The goods, assets or companies on which the extinction of ownership has been declared by means of a final judgment, or, on which precautionary measures have been decreed.
- Any good that public servants receive for free, from a private individual, on the occasion of the exercise of their functions.
- Those interested in participating in Indep auctions must register on the page https://subastasenlinea.indep.gob.mx and provide data such as the Federal Taxpayers Registry with homoclave, as it appears in the tax ID.
- In addition to providing data such as bank account, username and password.
- If the documentation is correct, the account is activated in less than 48 business hours.
- On the page there are tutorials for those interested in acquiring a good through auctions.
The September 15 Awards
- Box A-37 at the Azteca stadium. Located in Tlalpan, in Mexico City. The validity is until the year 2065, with 10 years of maintenance included it costs 20 million pesos).
- Apartment in Acapulco (11 million 910 thousand pesos).
- Ranch in Xochitepec, Morelos (61 million 430 thousand pesos).
- House in Guanajuato (five million 130 thousand pesos).
- Housing in Tlaquepaque, Jalisco (two million 680 thousand pesos).
- House in Culiacán, Sinaloa (three million 640 thousand pesos).
- House in Querétaro (two million 480 thousand pesos).
- House in Tlajomulco, Jalisco (six million 360 thousand pesos).
- Housing in León, Guanajuato (14 million 120 thousand pesos).
- House in Ixtapa Zihuatanejo, Guerrero (two million 490 thousand pesos).
- House in Pedregal de San Ángel in Mexico City (77 million 260 thousand pesos).
- Insurgentes Department 1 in Mexico City (three million 230 thousand pesos).
- Department in Insurgentes Sur 2 in Mexico City (three million 590 thousand pesos).
- Department in Copilco in Mexico City (620 thousand pesos).
- Department in Narvarte in Mexico City (four million 670 thousand pesos).
- Department in El Pedregal in Mexico City (14 million 380 thousand pesos).
- Department in Insurgentes Sur 3 in Mexico City (three million 590 thousand pesos).
- Land in Ensenada 1, Baja California (three million 830 thousand pesos).
- Land in Ensenada 2, Baja California (two million 350 thousand pesos).
- Land in Ensenada 3, Baja California (two million 230 thousand pesos).
- Land in Ensenada 4, Baja California (two million 150 thousand pesos).
- Land in Ensenada 5, Baja California (one million 860 thousand pesos).
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