Monterrey .- PAN Federal Deputy Víctor Pérez urged all the political forces of the State to form a front to lobby for resources of more than 80 billion pesos in the Federal Expenditure Budget (PEF) 2023 to address the water crisis in Nuevo León.
In a statement, the Legislator reported that it is the amount that would be required to carry out the necessary works to resolve the water crisis.
He asked the Legislators of the other benches and the State and Federal Government to unite in a front to label these resources in the next budget.
“The idea is that we talk about the issue and agree to work in one direction, all federal deputies, to begin with, with the experience and the plan that the State Government is proposing,” he said.
Within those 80 billion pesos, the second aqueduct of the El Cuchillo Dam, the completion of the Libertad Dam and the modernization of the treatment plants to produce biogas, biosolids, sludge and fertilizers are contemplated.
Also for hydrological restoration in the Sierra de Santiago of more than 17,000 hectares affected by forest fires, for the construction of deep storm drainage to capture rainwater and to bring water from the Pánuco River.
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“It is fair that here we have works with investments similar to those of the Mayan Train, Santa Lucía, or the Dos Bocas Refinery. I think it is necessary to strengthen our society, since we Neolonians give strength to a large part of the country,” he said.