11-02-2011laura pons bedoya

Palma—Almost a third of the city of Palma will be under CCTV surveillance by 2015, the City Council’s Public Service Councillor  Irene San Gil announced yesterday.
San Gil expressed her belief that if the idea works, the plan is to increase that figure and gradually reduce the number of private security agents in the city.
That alongside  police controls could be the future of security in Palma.


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