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Are there signs of a solution to the mess caused by the Mayan Train in Citilcum?

by Yucatan Times
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On Friday, May 17 at noon, the dialogue table was held in Citilcum after the residents blocked the tracks of the Mayan Train on both tracks on Thursday night and that they were freed of wood, stones, tubes, and planks, among other objects, at 3 in the morning.

The parents requested Juan Cristóbal Orozco, representative of the Federal Ministry of the Interior in Yucatán, to relocate the school that operates on a morning and afternoon shift.

For them, this is now their priority instead of the bridge that would be delivered next Monday the 20th. In recent days, the residents of Citilcum held a protest against the unfinished construction of a bridge.

Present at the meeting were generals David Lozano Águila, general director of the Mayan Train, Ricardo Flores González, commander of the X military zone, Jorge Martínez Medina, commander of the XXXII military zone, and Ramón Guardado Sánchez, director of the national guard in the State of Yucatán, who led a talk with Liza Ek Uitz, representative of the inhabitants of Citilcum.

In the end, an agreement was reached in which Guillermina Saraí Ek, a resident of that place, would donate a piece of land so that the required procedures could be carried out.

The director of the Municipal Cadastre, Israel May Mex, made himself available for this work, as well as the representative of the Federal Public Education Secretariat, Mario Alberto Paredes León.

Next Thursday, June 6, a meeting will be called to report more details of the agreements that Lozano Águila will personally propose to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Part of the requests that will have to be fulfilled before said date is that the bridge that connects the communities of Citilcúm and Kimbilá have lighting and that the pedestrian crossing be completed.

Likewise, a temporary bus or school transport will be sought to transport students from school, greater security with patrols and elements that monitor the entry and exit times of the students.

The agreement to return to the dialogue table was signed at 2:17 in the afternoon by General Lozano Águila.

Among the military commanders, it was said that the arrival of Lozano Águila was because López Obrador’s visit to Yucatán is scheduled for Sunday, May 19, for a work tour to supervise the Mayan Train. Therefore, the meeting wanted to prevent the problem from affecting the Izamal road if it remained blocked.

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