Uncontrollable inflation and rising prices

Uncontrollable inflation and rising prices

Within the inflationary spiral and the rise in food prices and basic and necessary consumer products, it seems that the Mochitenses are getting the worst of it and that Los Mochis is becoming the most expensive city in the state.

The president of Coparmex, José Ramos, gives the warning voice that by the end of the year inflation could exceed two digits, this is to rise above 10 percent and the reality is that it does not lack much, because July already closed about 9 percent, despite the subsidy programs put in place by the federal government.

A clear example is that magna gasoline is sold above 23.40 pesos, when in Guasave and Culiacán it costs at least one peso cheaper, although it must be considered that here a kilo of tortilla still does not reach the 25 or 27 pesos in which It is sold in the state capital.

The business leader calls on businessmen not to abuse with exaggerated price hikes, and the government to support micro-enterprises to support the inflationary spiral, but they are all products: meat, cheese, chicken, vegetables and toilet and cleaning products, which increase daily and affect the pockets of the population.

Authorities say that inflation is a global phenomenon, which affects the United States and Europe even more than Mexico, but that does not represent any relief for humble families who increasingly have to subsist on reduced income and constant price increases. Actions are urgent.

Potpourri. Immediately, as soon as the Morena delegate elections concluded in Sinaloa, the PAS leader, Héctor Melesio Cuen, went to Mexico City, and from there he showed off yesterday on social networks a photo in which he poses together with the Secretary of the Interior and candidate for the presidency, Adán Augusto López, and with the national leader of Morena, Mario Delgado.

While here, his wife, Angélica Díaz de Cuen, addressed the issue of the representation conflict raised in the Ahome council and says that it is up to the councilors to resolve it in accordance with the law and that they will respect the agreements that are reached. She criticizes some ungrateful pasistas and asks to agree with the position given by the party’s president, Antonio Corrales Burgueño.

DEMAND. The state leaders of the PRD, headed by Oner Lazcano, grabbed a social flag and demand that the State Government deliver vouchers so that poor families can buy a tortilla for 10 pesos and not 25, in a national crusade that they have undertaken in a attempt to ingratiate himself with the electorate towards 2024, but from Mexico City they report that the demonstration they held in the Zócalo was desolate.

CHAPEL. Slowly but inexorably, the demands before the ASE made by Mazatlán councilors against Mayor Guillermo Benítez advance, as well as the investigations for the alleged purchase of overpriced lamps with a value of 400.8 million pesos. He is on the route of being lawless like the former mayor of Culiacán Jesús Estrada.

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