“The state government plans to invest more than 6 million pesos in works of social benefit in 2019”, revealed Ramón Arredondo Anguiano, head of the Secretariat of Planning (Secretaría de Planeación: Seplan).
The official assured that the state government has coverage in the attention to the indigenous communities, through different programs of the Secretariat of Social and Human Development. However, he was pleased with the announcement made by Andrés Manuel López Obrador, president-elect of Mexico, to create an institute exclusively for assistance to indigenous peoples, starting December 1.
When making a final assessment of the achievements and projections for 2019, Arredondo Anguiano listed projects such as the Ciudad del Carmen bypass, the Campeche Museum, the Central Avenue and the coastal Boulevard of North Beach, on the island of Carmen.
It also plans the construction of the road that will connect the old federal highway to Benito Juárez Avenue, which will cost close to 43 million pesos. The prolongation of Lázaro Cárdenas Avenue, where 99 million pesos will be invested; The construction of the Crecer en grande avenue, whose distribution will be 27 million, and the San Lucas court, one side of the Nelson Barrera Romellón baseball park, in the state capital, and finally a new auditorium which location is still to be determined .
He added that all these works are necessary to improve the image of the city, but there are also others aimed at poverty, such as the improvement of schools, the construction of water systems, the increase of electric power, the improvement of roads and highways, among others.
He stressed that all these works have a sustainable character and considering a better mobility for the pedestrian.
TYT Newsroom with information from lajornadamaya.mx