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Association of Capital Cities reaffirms commitment to municipal governance

by Sofia Navarro
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The mayors who form the Association of Capital Cities of Mexico (ACCM) presented various actions and projects aimed at improving the economy and security of families through training and professionalization of service providers and police forces.

The second day of the VII Working Meeting took place at the library of the Illustrious and Centenary Normal School of Guanajuato, where the president of the ACCM and Mayor of Mérida, Renán Barrera Concha, informed that the municipalities that make up the association presented their successful programs in crime prevention and public security strategies, as well as projects to improve the economy of cities with a tourism vocation.

Accompanied by the Mayor of Guanajuato, Mario Alejandro Navarro Saldaña; José Antonio Ochoa Rodríguez, Municipal President of Durango; Raymundo Martínez Carbajal, Municipal President of Toluca; Bibi Rabelo de la Torre, Municipal President of Campeche; Norma Otilia Hernández, Municipal President of Chilpancingo; Elia Moreno González, Municipal President of Colima, and Luis Bernardo Nava Guerrero, Municipal President of Querétaro, Barrera Concha read the Guanajuato Declaration, which contains the conclusions and proposals to be developed to strengthen tourism and security.

During the press conference, Navarro Saldaña welcomed the mayors and representatives of the municipalities, expressing gratitude for Guanajuato being selected as the venue for the VII Working Meeting of the ACCM, as the city is now positioned as a tourist destination, which has increased activity in recent days.

The Mayor of Mérida pointed out that with the sustained work that each mayor has been carrying out in their respective cities, the ACCM reaffirms itself as a national benchmark for management, association, and municipal integration.

He emphasized that the importance of these issues in the comprehensive development of cities necessitates establishing a common agenda with the federal government in order to promote such development throughout the country through local governments.

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