The local deputy Almendra Negrete Sánchez takes steps forward in its work for the representation of Sinaloans and support for the most vulnerable sectors of the country. The Sinaloa legislator stood out as the second most voted brunette in the Ordinary National Congress of that match. She was elected as the head of the Secretary for Sexual Diversity of Morena. She obtained 376 votes and was only surpassed by Andrea Chávez with 451 votes in the Ministry of Communication portfolio. Among the three strongest candidates, Negrete Sánchez was named, and the morenistas Júnior Merlín from San Luis Potosí and Alberto Júnior from Sonora participated. This, without a doubt, fills the LGBT+ community with pride. Negrete Sánchez’s legislative work has also earned him some criticism. The same legislator has denounced the pressure from religious groups around the work for the decriminalization of abortion in Sinaloa.
Possible torrential rains are NOT ruled out in the entity center as part of the remnants of Tropical Storm Lester. someone should tell him very early to the team of the Secretary of Public Education and Culture (SEPyC), Graciela Domínguez Nava, so that they are very attentive. And it is that two weeks ago, the delay in announcing the suspension of classes during the rainy days earned the secretary a strong reprimand from the state governor, Rubén Rocha Moya. On that occasion, the president invited the SEPyC officials to get up early.
Regarding this episode, the head of the SEPyC said that she is aware that positions like hers are temporary, and that she will continue in her position until the state governor decides so. Domínguez Nava had two weeks full of criticism. Consecutively, the deputies of the PRI and the PRD mentioned her in the list of officials who, in her opinion, were giving unsatisfactory results.
We recommend you read.
Speaking of education, it would be worth mentioning that today parents and some directors of public schools plan to go in front of the Government Palace to demonstrate during the weekly conference chaired by the state governor. Teachers and parents are dissatisfied with the worsening conditions in which public schools operate. And it is that the theft of electrical wiring perpetrated by thieves has been added to the damage caused by heavy rains. In some schools there are plenty of puddles, mosquitoes, leaks in some roofs and in these deteriorating conditions the health of the students is in danger. The state governor asked for patience, but the government’s reaction has been slow on this issue.