The national leader of the PRD, Silvano Aureoles, will be the next few days in Sinaloa. It comes to assess the party’s work as an opposition and strategies to reposition activism, as well as its strategic organization for the 2024 elections. The former governor of Michoacán is resuming his political work after a break of more than half a year that he took when he left the governorship of that state. Oner Lazcano, the state leader of the Aztec Sun Party, is already preparing his national leader’s reception.
By the way, the Secretary for Electoral Affairs and Alliance Policies of the PRD in Sinaloa, Francisco Javier Juárez Hernández, has already been acquitted by the State Electoral Tribunal of the alleged political gender violence. However, the PRD he should have apologized to the general secretary of the PRD, Amada Hernández Madueño, who filed a complaint with the court for the alleged acts of harassment and obstruction of functions.
The conflict between the two politicians escalated for several weeks until it had to be settled in court, something that affected the party at a certain level at a time when Sinaloa discusses the need for more and better laws to protect women from violence. And it is that there are actions and attitudes that must stop being normalized in political spheres.
Families from the Alturas del Sur neighborhood are very dissatisfied, because the municipal authorities flatly do not give a solution to the problem of drinking water, which continues to come out dirty and with bad odors. They argue that Japac is only thinking about the matter and does not seem to assume the commitment that it has to. The neighbors are already tired of insisting and complaining, because the Culiacán Drinking Water and Sewerage Board does not solve this problem, which, according to the dissatisfied, has already been going on for more than three months, which represents a risk, especially for children who can get sick if they accidentally drink that water.
In addition, they feel insecure when bathing, due to the turbidity of the water. The residents of said sector send word to the mayor of Culiacán, Juan de Dios Gámez Mendívil, to attend to this situation to avoid the outbreak of an infection, because health is not played with and if he cannot, then ask the governor for help. of Sinaloa, Rubén Rocha Moya.
The problem of urban transport service at night persists and many people, both students and employees, are affected by this problem.
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It was thought that with the return of face-to-face classes the service would be restored, but this is not the case. Citizens could take trucks even at 10 at night. Now, at eight at night, you see only the truck stops. And the situation is worse on weekends, especially on Sundays, when transportation is scarce. The Sinaloa Highway and Transportation Directorate should take action on the matter and reach an agreement with the carriers.