Mexico City.- The Plenary of the National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Data Protection (INAI) will publish in the near future the report they have requested on the new Santa Lucia airport, according to statements by Commissioner Adrián Alcalá Méndez.
“The INAI is the institution of the Mexican State that guarantees human rights, access to information and the protection of personal data, and for this reason I believe that it should be protected, because the foundations have been laid for freedom of expression of the press , from the public space become just public information, “he explained.
For his part, Commissioner Francisco Javier Acuña declared that the tour of the “Felipe Ángeles” International Airport (AIFA) was a courtesy visit in response to an invitation from the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena); and therefore, it was not an inspection to certify any work, installation or part of the complex.
“We do have to recognize that the visit takes place within the framework of, yes, the configuration of the AIFA, as the ‘Felipe Ángeles’ International Airport, as a new obligated subject, which is taking place precisely in regulatory terms these days,” he said.
And he added: “We did not go for a walk, nor did we go to give him a letter of nature, nor to endorse the Airport; we did not arrive by plane or air vehicle to check if the aeronautical conditions work or not; we did not go to check in technical terms if the control tower, as has been said in sufficient speculation, is inclined or if the Cerro de Paula is installed or is practically at the foot of the floor; we went to know, after many insistence and invitations, and I already said why now, because the incorporation of the obliged subject of this Airport is coming just in these days, beyond being indisputably a work built by the Sedena, “he concluded.
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For her part, the president commissioner of INAI, Blanca Lilia Ibarra Cadena, declared that: “As part of the expanded structure of the Mexican State, the INAI is conceived and conformed as an autonomous body that does not break or bend, that respects the division of powers, which is recognized in citizenship and thus reaffirmed, resolution by resolution, to seek to preserve the constitutional and democratic balance for the benefit of society; INAI cannot isolate itself from the actors that are within its sphere of competence, but it establishes relationships with the aim of improving transparency schemes ”.