Published On: Mon, Mar 14th, 2016

President Peña Nieto to visit Maxcanú, Yucatán tomorrow

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According to Notimex, President Enrique Peña Nieto began a working trip through Southeast Mexico today, Monday March 14th, to participate in the inauguration of the new wing of the Cancun international airport; and on Tuesday March 15th, he will attend the signing of an agreement for the protection of the Mayan indigenous heritage in Yucatán.

Peña Nieto is flying from Mexico City to Cancun, Quintana Roo, where he will inaugurate the works of expansion and renovation of Terminal 3 of the Cancun International Airport, one of the most busy airports in the country.

In that event, the President will be accompanied by the Secretary of Communications and Transport, Gerardo Ruiz Esparza, and the state governor Roberto Borge Angulo.

Then, Peña Nieto will travel to Merida, Yucatan, where he will spend the night, traveling early Tuesday morning to the municipality of Maxcanú, in the south of the state, where he will preside the signing of the coalition between the National Commission for the Development of Indigenous Peoples (Comisión de los Derechos Indígenas: CDI) and the Indigenous Heritage Foundation Mx (Fundación Patrimonio Indígena Mx).

Man painting his house wall in Maxcanú (Photo: yucatan.com.mx)

Man painting his house wall in Maxcanú (Photo: yucatan.com.mx)

Indigenous Heritage Foundation MX is a nonprofit organization that works to contribute to the welfare of indigenous peoples and communities, strengthening their process of social and economic development, always respecting their culture and exercise their rights.

Spanish singer, composer and recording artist Miguel Bosé will also be present at the signing of the agreement between these two organizations dedicated to preserve the indigenous communities and help them to develop socially and economically.

Miguel Bosé with indigenous people in Mexico (Photo: Google)

Miguel Bosé with indigenous people in Mexico (Photo: Google)

Source: www.sipse.com

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