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Unanimously, in extraordinary session, the Councilors approved yesterday the budget for the Ahome Town Hall what will become of thousand 890 million pesos, 240 million more than the thousand 650 million that are being exercised in 2022.
It corresponded to the passista councilor Marysol Moralespresident of the Finance Commission, to present the project and the Director of Revenue, Juan Antonio Garibaldi, trusted that this figure will be reached since the City hall It carries an overdue portfolio of 900 million pesos and a large part of this can be recovered with a good collection strategy and without increasing taxes.
The budget will be turned over to the State Congress so that you approve it and it can begin to be exercised in the first days of January of next year. The Mayor Gerardo Vargas He looked very smiling during the sessionperhaps because there was consensus in the approval of the budget.

Potpourri. The mega-march next Sunday, called by the president Andrés Manuel López Obrador y Morena, monopolizes political comments, for and against. The morenistas assure that it will be “the mother of all marches”, they calculate that they will gather more than a million people, who will fill the main streets and the Zócalo of Mexico City, in support of the president and more than anything in response to the opposition led by Claudio X. González, who just carried out, barely 15 days ago, a march in support of the INE. The opposition denounces that they will be filled with “carreados”, and the PRD members have filed a complaint with the INE to stop its dissemination and implementation.

OPPOSITION. With hype and cymbals they announce and invite to attend the talk given by the former president of the Business Coordinating Council Juan Pablo Castañòn, today at 6:30 p.m., in which he will explain the “difficult situation” in which the country finds itself and what is expected that will launch fully against the policy of López Obrador.

COMPLAINT. It transcends that staff and teachers who do work on the Conalep 01 campus expect managers to punish or make available to the authorities workers who do not work, who boast of union or political influence, and who have engaged in acts of robbery, stealing material electric and all kinds, but worst of all is that they harass the students and employees, which cannot be allowed in an educational institution.
They contemplate, in the event that the internal authorities do not impose order, resorting to the Human Rights Commission, the Women’s Secretariat or Governor Rubén Rocha, because they cannot work under constant gender violence.

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WORLD. The countrymen continue to give people something to talk about in the World Cup, and for a change they again put the Mexican National Team at risk of elimination for the cry of “cul…” that they uttered against the Poles in the last game. Now they didn’t shout “Eh put…”, but FIFA is still investigating them for being homophobic, and the paradox is that Qatar is classified as one of the most homophobic and misogynistic countries in the world. The best of yesterday were the triumphs of Brazil and Portugal.

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