In the open Parliament, 32.1% of the participants declared themselves in favor of the change of the reform
Seeking to develop drinking water laws that really contribute to solving the serious water problem that exists in the Mexican Republic and respond to social demand, the Legislative Commission on Hydraulic Resources Law 61, chaired by Vice President Beatriz García Villegas, listen to the documents of this Parliament of Mexico “Construction of a New Water Policy for the State of Mexico”, which was held in March, where 75% of participants said that paying contributions was a problem.
And in order to assess the current situation of the state of water in the Mexican entity, as well as to know what are the problems that need to be addressed and what are the different perspectives and solutions proposed by the various parts of Mexican society, In A. of the Legislative Commission meeting, the representative of the Town completed a detailed report on the work carried out provided
In the event, the deputy from Amecameca recognized the work and dedication of each person, government institution, private body and social organization, “which was very useful to build the necessary renewal of the vision, which in a natural thing is as precious as the water in our being”.
After this, it shows that the State of Mexico has the highest water power and is estimated at 80%, according to data from the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the Valley of Mexico, where the largest population is located and therefore the extraction of deep wells. As a result, water shortages in the Valley of Mexico are exacerbated during dry seasons.
He explained that the hydrological basin and the aquifer that underlies the entity are now found in the “unavailable” category, in which the entire volume of renewable water, both surface and underground, no longer occurs naturally, which leads to consider areas with excessive complexity; giae in the central region.
He also explained that a significant investment in infrastructure and resources, such as treatment plants, equipment, institutions and finance is required. While wastewater treatment is a complex challenge that requires the cooperation and coordination of many actors, including government, business, citizens and civil society.
He identified 123 municipalities without a diagnosis of users, networks, supply and mission volumes; therefore, the need for clear, reliable and timely information is identified; amendment of the terms of administration, inspection, classification of infractions, collection and control.
The reason why the benefits of implementing geospatial intelligence are multiple, among which are: the use of state-of-the-art technology, updated user thefts, expanding the database, obtaining a database with cleaner information, reviewing the location of houses. methodology and land use typology), among others.
He stated that 73 representatives of academia and research participated in the Open Parliament; operative and autonomous water commissions and civil society and there were 30 interventions, of which 32.1% declared that they would change in favor of the reform; 25% Proposals, other 25% exhortations or complaints and 17.9% projects.
During the presentation, they highlighted the proposals to regulate the Water Law of the State of Mexico and its Municipalities, the Financial Code and the Biodiversity Code, for which the parliamentarian announced “we listen to the citizens and now we must do the other part. accompanying these projects”.
When he led the area, Viceroy Carmen de la Rosa recognized the work done when the opinions of different people’s representatives were brought together, for which reason he considered that it should be done in the implementation of the state and of course in the elaboration of the Law. .
And deputy Max Correa affirmed that this report establishes a road map of the commission, from initiatives, exhortations, even in business in which the commission could be involved, so that it could analyze something with the City Executive in an organized way. about singing
“Citizen participation is very useful, it is very important, and I give an example of what just happened with the water forest of Jilotzingo: the citizens who defended the water forest against the real estate project that was Diamante Forest, won. the ban, the president took refuge in the recognition of that protection to defend the Bosque Diamante real estate project but the pressure of the citizen, the legislative expressions rectify the governor Alfredo Del Mazo, the speech for the defense of the forest by the teacher Delfina Gómez was an important thing In the debate I celebrated, he felt himself to this social request.. The Governor of the State has corrected and abandoned the promotion of this embargo.”
and the citizens recognized that they were fighting to defend forests, water and natural resources.
Finally, the Deputy Beatriz García proposed that the members of the Commission review projects that could be presented to the Legislative Commission on Hydraulic Resources and in the open Parliament, within the framework of the year’s World Water Day. 2023. That was approved.