Quintana Roo Governor Roberto Borge Angulo announced that the state is advancing freely and is becoming stronger and more tenacious every day.
In his speech during the 14th State Congress Legislature Session, celebrating the 41st anniversary of Quintana Roo, the governor said that he is determined to ensure that the state remains free and sovereign.
“After 41 years of being a free and sovereign state, we are proud and sure of our destiny. We can see ahead of us a future filled with hope,” he said.
“We have validated the decision of the federal government. At this important point in history, Quintana Roo remains solid, powerful and successful.”
“We are proud to be Mexican and from Quintana Roo … we continue to push the boundaries of our welfare and development goals in order to contribute to the national transformation which President Enrique Peña Nieto has begun,” said Borge.
Throughout 41 years of sovereign life, Quintana Roo has been a leading state on a national level in terms of development and growth.
Quintana Roo Family Development Office (DIF) President Mariana Zorrilla de Borge and State Superior Tribunal of Justice President Fidel Villanueva Rivero also attended the event, along with former governors, constituent deputies, federal legislators, mayors, Maya generals and army representatives.
Source: THE NEWS MX
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