Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- “I’m going to put order in Ahome,” said the elected municipal president from Ahome, Gerardo Vargas Landeros, in a meeting with the media a few hours after he received, through representatives of the party that led him to victory, the constancy of the majority as elected mayor.
Quietly, answering each of the questions on various topics that journalists asked him, the morenista-pasista spoke of wanting a better Ahome And for that it will work from now on the projects that are needed to improve public services.
Regarding the insecurity that was experienced in the elections, he said that “we have to turn the page” and put order in all senses in the municipality.
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At the press conference he was accompanied by Cecilia Hernández, the elected attorney general, as well as members of the list of councilors and deputies, including Minerva Vázquez.
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