The Union of Railway Workers of the Mexican Republic (Stfrm) joined the request of the Business Coordinating Council of Yucatan for the so-called Maya Train to include Mérida on its route through the Mexican southeast, and its national leader, Víctor Flores Morales, said that this could boost the economic and tourist activity of the state.
He added that in his next meeting with the virtual president-elect, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, he will formally present the petition for the project to consider Yucatán in the route that will include Tulum and Chetumal in Quintana Roo; Calakmul in Campeche, and Tenosique in Tabasco.
“We’re going to let the president-elect know that Mérida must be included within the concept, as it easily can be part of the route through southeast Mexico due to its geoggraphic location. It is necssary to include Yucatan in this project, “he said.
Víctor Flores continued on Friday July 27 a series of meetings with members of Section 37 of the Stfrm in Merida, Yucatan as part of his tour across the country. The Stfrm brings together 30,000 workers.
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