Nor the warning that the days of absence will be deducted with the reduction of the special item for food, made local deputies will abide by the call a end absenteeism. The members of the 64 legislature continue to be absent from the sessions and meetings of the different commissions, which is causing delays in tasks such as the review of public accounts. The president of the Board of Directors, Ricardo Madrid Pérez, reiterated his call to comply with the legislative work. Today the issue will be discussed again in the Political Coordination Board (Jucopo) to establish agreements on possible sanctions.
high wages perceived by the members of the 64 legislature is perhaps the factor of not accepting the calls to avoid being absent from sessions and committee meetings. And it is that a discount of 13,000 pesos per day of absence or up to 35,000 pesos in the case of important committee meetings does not hurt them much when they receive a monthly salary of 140,941 pesos. To this must be added support for the diet for more than 52,000 pesos, 40,000 pesos for management expenses, 12,000 pesos for travel and lodging, 15,000 pesos for fuel and a long, etc.
With regard to legislative work, Congress is already preparing the next appearance of the state governor Rubén Rocha Moya on the occasion of his first government report. The session will last approximately two hours and 30 minutes. There will be a round of questions and answers in which the 40 deputies will be present and in front of 600 attendees. It is a change in the protocols for accountability in the entity for which the legislature has worked several months on the integration of new regulations. For 10 years, no governor had appeared in the State Congress to present his achievements during the last year of his administration.
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