Victoria City, Tamaulipas.
The Secretary of Rural Development participated in the Open Parliament for the Establishment of the Livestock Law of the State of Tamaulipas, carried out by the State Congress, to exchange ideas to prepare a new regulation for the benefit of livestock from Tamaulipas.
During the intervention, Damaso Anaya Alvarado, Secretary of Rural Development, commented that since the administration of Governor Américo Villarreal Anaya began, the directives have been very straightforward: “He instructed us to work on the recovery of the cattle herds that were lost in many Since the year before, that translates into billions of pesos, since, from exporting 147,000 calves to only 47,000 calves to date, this leads to an economic downfall for the state,” he said.
“We are working together, joining the efforts of the Tamaulipas Regional Livestock Federation, gaining significant participation from unions, organizations, civil society and three levels of government; They are all involved in the agricultural development of the state, we thank all the attendees who took the time to come, listen and present their proposals”, said the state head of rural development.
During his speech, deputy Edgardo Melhem Salinas, chairman of the Rural Development Commission, said that the initiative aims to fill legislative gaps at the local level, since the Livestock Law has been in force since 1993, which is why it seeks to keep other Elevation of northern states such as: Baja California, Sonora, Chihuahua, Coahuila and Nuevo León, to be competitive in terms of regulations and standards for the recovery of animal health status so that livestock producers in Tamaulipas can continue exporting cattle to the United States For.
State Congress President Ursula Salazar Mojica said that it is a matter of honor to organize these open parliaments.
“As our Governor Americo Villarreal Anaya has mentioned many times, we need a participatory, collaborative society that includes; I congratulate the attendees for this activity that is making history in state Congress, where representatives are able to rule and welcome a new livestock law.
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Speaking, José Guerrero Gamboa, president of the Tamaulipas Regional Cattlemen’s Union, thanked Tamaulipas for participating in this open parliament representing the cattle ranchers of the state.
He reviewed and analyzed some of the proposals for the new livestock law that comes to replace a more than 30-year-old law: “We need a law that is in line with the reality in the livestock sector of our state. “
“This new law is a great opportunity for all actors involved to ensure that it satisfies the order and legal framework of livestock activity, but above all, that there are legal instruments to guarantee better conditions for livestock production, Tamaulipas is one of the main livestock institutions in the country”, he said.
During the development of the event, representatives forming the Rural Development Commission Isidro Vargas, Chairman of the Board of Directors; Consuelo Nayeli Lara Monroe, Gustavo Adolfo Cardenas Gutierrez, Marina Edith Ramirez Andrade, Juan Ovidio Garcia Garcia; as well as representative members of the 65th Legislature; Guadalupe Acevedo González, SADER’s representative in Tamaulipas, also participated; Raul García Vallejo, representative of the CNC in Tamaulipas; In addition to mayors, representatives of organizations and cattle ranchers.