Municipal President Cruz Pérez Cuéllar led the second day of security and peace “United security of Juarez”, held in the Senderos de San Isidro subdivision.
The mayor, accompanied by his wife and the head of the DIF Municipal, Rubí Enríquez and authorities from the three levels of Government, mentioned before the official ceremony, the improvement works carried out in the public sector and federal workers.
He said that it is only through union with the people that he can rule.
Thanks to the Mexican Army, because the idea came from them in the Security Roundtables to carry out this organized work.
Now the work is carried out in an integrated way between the three levels of government in the areas of the city where there is greater security, he pointed out.
What we are doing in Juárez is putting ourselves to work and demonstrating how actions can be carried out together for the safety of the people of Juárez, said President Pérez Cuéllar.
For the Municipal Government, the needs of the Sector were met, 14 parking lots were intervened, 420 lights were installed, paint was applied to traffic vehicular traffic, more than 100 potholes were repaired, ramps and the entire sector was cleaned; other works
Óscar Ibáñez Hernández, Deputy Governor, expressed the key step by step to build greater spaces of peace and coexistence.
The official ceremony was accompanied by infantry colonel Marco Antonio Álvarez Castañeda, commander of the 31st regiment of the National Guard and representative of the Coordination of the National Guard of the State of Chihuahua; Brigadier General, Diploma General Staff, Jorge Albertus Buchan Martínez, military commander of Ciudad Juárez; Cavalry Colonel Graduated by General Staff Sergio Flores Vega, Commander of the Ninth Motorized Cavalry Regiment and Elizabeth Guzmán Argeta, Regional Director of the Development Program of the Security Secretariat.
Also present were César Omar Muñoz Morales, Secretary of Municipal Public Security; Rosa Isela Gaytán Díaz, Undersecretary of State for Citizen Participation and Crime Prevention; Carlos Manuel Salas, District Attorney for the Northern Zone; César Albertus Tapia Martínez, general coordinator of the Way of Salvation and Robert Briones Mota, general director of Civil Protection.