On this day, the Municipal Government signed a cooperation and collaboration agreement for the transfer of the Anti-Rabies Center, which is located in the State Government Services and is now part of the Municipal Ecology Department.
The event where the agreement was signed was held in the Francisco I. Madero presidential chamber, in which the President Cruz Pérez Cuéllar assumed the role of presiding over the space and in charge of communication with animal protection societies. to improve the work of that Center.
“We are very happy because we are going to sign this agreement, we have been working on it and discussing it and we have reached a good end, but the challenge has begun,” he said.
He said that he is convinced that the government should not only cut ribbons or install works, but also face the problems that society has.
And this is the case that we have against ourselves, which we now have a conscious complaint, it will not be a simple issue, but it is a flux that is in our city, from those dogs that are abandoned or injured; He also added “greater” harm.
During the event, President Pérez Cuéllar thanked the government of the country for the provision and also those from the civil society who plan and support the community of Juárez without their obligation.
The mayor also highlighted the work of the councilor Alma Arredondo Salinas, who said he was in charge of finding and traveling in Chihuahua to coordinate the Anti-Rabism Center in charge of the Municipality.
Through the signing of the agreement, the person who is in charge of the public health secretariat, Gilberto Baeza Mendoza, shows that the agreement shows the benefit to the people of Juarez and declares that it shows cooperation with the various accompanying authorities. they will always enjoy civil associations.
He mentioned the public interest in this work and the work of the municipal company that it carries out through the application of vaccines and vector and sector programs.
Baeza Mendoza recognized the mayor’s efforts, since the municipal government is the most hindered, with 3 million pesos a year.
“It is the municipality that has generated the most investment, thank you very much, Municipal President, he speaks of the commitment of his administration, but in addition to the county and the good advice of his supporters and councilors who give him.,” he said.
He said that talking about the Wellness Center, instead of the Anti-Rabies Center, is much better, because there are no more industries or rejections, and no branding that prohibits society from being involved.
He also said that since there is no city and people’s sense of entertainment, he will not be able to progress.
In the event, the councilor of Alma Arredondo Salinas, also thanked the mayor for receiving Anti-rabies and those who put a grain of sand to make the transfer.
“From my position I had two options to pass or talk to you, but we can’t leave the issue, there are always animals in the street and pain and in this administration we could take care of it,” said the councilor. civil institutions.
For his part, the Undersecretary for Prevention and Promotion of Public Health, Mirna Beltrán, spoke about public health and thanked the Municipal Government for its openness to soliciting and dealing with the issue.
During the signing of the agreement, Susana Rentería and Ana Félix, members of Consejo Somos su Voz Animalista, also gave a message, thanking the Municipal President for opening the doors and listening to their demands.
In place were the secretary of the Vatican Council, Hector Rafael Ortiz Orpinel; director of the ecology community, César Díaz Gutiérrez; the head of the sanitary jurisdiction number 11, Rogelio Covarrubias and the consuls.