Hermosillo.- 41 couples endorsed their love by getting married in a collective wedding organized by the government of sound. The Attorney General’s Office participated in the event, through the Women’s Justice Center, the Government Secretariat, the State Civil Registry and members of the Koval Foundation.

The great event was held this Saturday, November 19, inside the Attorney General’s Office. It was attended by María del Rocío Chavéz and María del Mar Durazo Chávez, wife and daughter of Governor Alfonso Durazo. Organizing authorities and guests of the bride and groom also showed up.

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Prior to the wedding, the 41 couples attended the talks called “Harmonious Relations and Peace, as well as New Masculinities in Families” given by specialists in the subject, Psychologist Lorena Blancarte and Ana Celia Ramos, Deputy Prosecutor for Crimes for Reasons of Gender.

According to information published by the Government of Sonora, the talks invited reflection, the exchange of points of view on the role of men and provided clarifications on the subject, within the framework of respect.

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As in any other wedding, during the event there was music, photographs, special food and a festive atmosphere, where the couples committed to promote equality and peace in their daily relationships.

For her part, Prosecutor Claudia Indira Contreras Córdova stated that security is everyone’s task. She also stressed that the family is the main cell of society and that we all must contribute to avoid violence within the family and society.

He pointed out that among the contracting parties there are couples who have been together for more than 45 years and who decided to say “Yes, I accept” during this great event to legalize the union before the courts.

“I am very pleased, because it means that they are going one step further in this union to legality, it means that they have already built many years together and that they are going to help us, they are going to support us, to have a positive impact on our society, raising children and daughters of good, because only in this way can we gain more ground on the issue of security”.

In this regard, the Secretary of the Government, Álvaro Bracamonte Sierra, declared that he feels honored to be present at this event and pointed out: “I have represented our Governor on dozens of occasions and frankly I rarely feel as moved and excited as on this occasion. It really is a very important event for me and of course equally important for you, I see all of you happy faces, that happiness must last.

And after congratulating the bride and groom for getting married, he stated: “for the Governor this type of event is significant, for the simple and simple reason, as the Prosecutor commented, that it strengthens the family and instills in the family the fundamental values ​​that in society they must prevail”.

In this sense, Cristina Seldner, philanthropy manager of the Koval company, revealed how the idea of ​​organizing the collective marriage arose and explained that about 80 couples were interested in getting married, but only 41 of them managed to meet the requirements. Therefore, she announced that she hopes to repeat this great event.

“…I wish you to always make an effort for your families, it is always worth making an effort for your families, I wish you to make an effort for yourselves, to improve, for those closest to you, and I hope you put this commitment in a very special memory that motivates them in moments of doubt, it is my decision, it is my commitment and this is love”, declared Seldner.

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Some of those present were: María del Rocío Chávez, wife of Governor Alfonso Durazo and her daughter María del Mar Durazo Chávez, as well as the hostess of the event, the Attorney General of Justice, Claudia Indira Contreras Córdova; the Secretary of Government, Álvaro Bracamonte Sierra; the Director of the Justice Centers for Women, Blanca Luz Saldaña López; the Deputy Prosecutor for Femicides and Crimes for Gender Reasons, Ana Celina Ramos; the Undersecretary of Government Services, Martín Vélez de la Rocha; the philanthropy manager of the Koval company, Cristina Seldner, and the Civil Registry Official, Obed Plascencia Soto.

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