Guamúchil, Sinaloa.- The commitment of the elected deputies of the Districts 03 Y 09 from Sinaloa, Fernando Garcia, by the federal council, and Ambrocio Chávez Chávez, by the local council respectively, is to direct the budgets to the most marginalized sectors, such as minorities, and to the productive sectors.
Among those pending to retake from Fernando García is the Peanut Law, transforming the commissions to secretariats so that the resources are directly linked to the budgets, because the support of the agricultural and livestock sectors is far removed.
Another of the initiatives that he proposes for the short term is to retake the National Seed Producer, to guarantee a fair price to the farmer.
Other issues to be addressed are older adults, youth and education. He stated that the commitment is to be close through the three commissions that he presides: Agriculture, Fisheries and Marine.
Ambrocio Chávez Chávez has as one of his short-term goals to work together so that the state budget is distributed to minorities, such as people with disabilities, with programs that allow the beneficiary’s age to be increased to 29 years. Support for single mothers and soft loans to entrepreneurs to promote MSMEs.
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