Paraguay: Police reinforced security around Congress after attack on mayor Acevedo

The president of the Chamber of Deputies, the ruling party's Pedro Alliana, told reporters that they would redouble controls and the presence of police officers in the parking lot and areas adjacent to the Legislative.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Paraguayan police reinforced security around the country's Congress on May 18 after the shooting attack that kept the mayor of Pedro Juan Caballero (bordering Brazil), José Carlos Acevedo, in critical condition.

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