Casino Del Estado Mayor Presidencial

Casino Del Estado Mayor Presidencial
Estado Mayor Presidencial
Common nameEstado Mayor
AbbreviationEMP
Agency overview
Formed1926
Dissolved2018
Annual budget409,750,109 MXN [1]
Jurisdictional structure
Federal agencyMEX
Operations jurisdictionMEX
Governing bodyJefatura del Estado Mayor Presidencial
General nature
Sworn members4,400
Agency executive
  • GeneralRoberto Miranda Moreno, Jefe del Estado Mayor Presidencial[2]
Parent agencySecretary of National Defense (Mexico)
Field offices136
Website
www.gob.mx/presidencia/acciones-y-programas/estado-mayor-presidencial-14579

The Estado Mayor Presidencial — EMP (Presidential Guard) was the institution charged with protecting and safeguarding the President of Mexico and the First Lady of Mexico. It is described in its regulations as a techno-military organism and an administrative unit (Military staff) of the Presidency of the Republic of Mexico in facilitating the President's fulfillment of his attributes and functions. So, the EMP was Mexico's Presidential Guard, and also the chief logistical instrument of the President and of the First Lady.

The Presidential Guard was part of the Mexican Army, and a General always led it, embodied in the Jefatura del Estado Mayor Presidencial. Its last Jefatura was led by General Roberto Francisco Miranda Moreno, whom President Enrique Peña Nieto appointed.It was disbanded on December 1, 2018 by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

The Estado Mayor Presidencial — EMP (Presidential Guard) was the institution charged with protecting and safeguarding the President of Mexico and the First Lady of Mexico.It is described in its regulations as a techno-military organism and an administrative unit (Military staff) of the Presidency of the Republic of Mexico in facilitating the President's fulfillment of his attributes. Nov 24, 2010  Que Tontos!! Sin Querer Osorio Chong delata a los Presuntos Culpables del Caso Moreno Valle - Duration: 33:07. Iber Alejandro 1,435,692 views.

Organization[edit]

President Francisco I. Madero and his Presidential Guard, Mexico National Palace, 1911

The Presidential Guard consists of three infantry battalions, two military police battalions, one special force battalion, and one artillery battalion, plus a Marine battalion from the Naval Infantry Force, a Cavalry Horse Guards squadron with an attached horse artillery battery and a state artillery honor battery.

Special training[edit]

Mexican EMP honour guards during Justin Trudeau's state visit to Mexico.

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Presidential Guard includes a reaction group, (grupo de reacción inmediata y potente, GRIP), whose members are trained in martial arts such as karate, aikijutsu, tae kwon do, kick boxing, kung fu, judo, and silat; furthermore, they are trained in techniques and tactics in order to protect high-ranking officials and civil servants, such as the President.

References[edit]

  1. ^http://pef.hacienda.gob.mx/work/models/PEF2017/docs/02/r02_aae.pdf
  2. ^'Jefe del Estado Mayor Presidencial'. Presidencia de la República (in Spanish). Retrieved 2 November 2015.
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The Jefatura del Estado Mayor Presidencial was the office served by the General commanding the Estado Mayor Presidencial (EMP), a kind of Presidential Guard that protects the security of the President of Mexico, his family, and that of Foreign dignitaries visiting Mexico.[1] The current Jefe is GeneralRoberto Francisco Miranda Moreno.

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The Jefe also serves as the President's Chief of Staff, coordinating advisors, and taking charge of other logistical operations. However, it is mostly noted for leading elite members of the Mexican Army in guaranteeing the President's security.Members of the EMP are assigned early in the election to the candidates to protect them. When a candidate wins, he usually picks his chief of candidate security as his Jefe.[citation needed]

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List of Jefes[edit]

  • Pascual Cornejo Bruno (1952–1958)
  • José Gómez Huerta (1958–1964)
  • Luis Gutiérrez Oropeza (1964–1970)
  • Jesús Castañeda Gutiérrez (1970–1976)
  • Miguel Ángel Godinez Bravo (1976–1982)
  • Carlos Humberto Bermúdez Dávila (1982–1988)
  • Arturo Cardona Marino (1988–1994)
  • Roberto Miranda Sánchez (1994–2000)
  • Jorge Armando Tamayo García (2000–2006)
  • Jesús Javier Castillo Cabrera (2006–2012)
  • Roberto Miranda Moreno (2012–December 2018)[2]

References[edit]

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  1. ^https://books.google.com/books?id=6tdQAQAAMAAJ&q=Jefatura+del+Estado+Mayor+Presidencial&dq=Jefatura+del+Estado+Mayor+Presidencial&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwju9cnC16zmAhUBJKwKHS-hDDcQ6AEIKDAA
  2. ^'General de Brigada Roberto Miranda Moreno' [Brigadier general Roberto Miranda Moreno]. imagenradio.com.mx (in Spanish). Imagen Radio. Retrieved 16 December 2018.

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