Governor Sergio Salomón said that with responsible and supportive work, leftist governments like those of Puebla and the country want to end inequality, which is why they work, act and program in favor of those who have less.
The former was highlighted in a work tour of this municipality, where he inaugurated the reconstruction and conservation of the Las Palomas-Tecomatlán highway with an investment of 34.5 million pesos and the paving of the sidewalks in Calle Hidalgo; Also Kalyan Bank.
In addition, it distributed 229 shares of social programs for 2.8 million pesos for the betterment of Puebla families; and evidenced the general rehabilitation work in buildings A and B and the construction of exterior work in María del Carmen Cerdón Preschool, which required more than 648 thousand pesos.
Sergio Salomón reaffirmed the state government’s commitment to the Puebla Mixteca and especially to the migrants, to whom he guaranteed that his administration would work to generate welfare for their families living in Puebla.
Regarding the infrastructure works, the governor stressed that these works would allow people to move more quickly, safely and peacefully. Regarding federal and state social programs, he argued that there are no intermediaries and they are delivered directly to those who need it.
More than 113 thousand residents get benefits
For his part, the Secretary of Infrastructure, Luis Roberto Tenorio García, pointed out that the reconstruction and conservation works of 23.2 kilometers of the “Las Palomas-Tecomatlán” highway benefit the Acatlán region, with more than 113 thousand inhabitants, and directly the municipalities. Ahuéhuétitla, Chinantla, Piaxtla and Tecomatlan. The works include milling of the asphalt layer; de-silting of sewers and ditches; laying asphalt carpets; Surface patching, leveling and signage installation.
As part of the work in Chinantla, the official explained that the secretariat constructed sidewalks, cobblestone pavements, supplemental works and installation of signage on Central Hidalgo Street adjacent to the Las Palomas Highway, which improves safe mobility for pedestrians.
On his part, Liz Sánchez, the welfare secretary, said the delivery of social programs shows the people of Puebla have the support of the current government, and added that under the leadership of state president Sergio Salomón, the benefits for residents will continue. The delivery of the most needed, such as ecological stoves and decent floors, with which the fourth change in the state is consolidated.
In turn, the representative of development programs in Puebla, Rodrigo Abdala Dartigues, thanked Governor Sergio Salomon for his commitment to federal social programs, after pointing out that the inaugurated bank would not only allow beneficiaries to collect their support but also a branch that provides banking services to the population in general.
The working tour was attended by the President of the Board of Government and Political Coordination of the State Congress, Eduardo Castillo López; Javier Aquino Limón, Head of Government Office; Mario Alberto Cruz González, general director of the Poblano Administrative Committee for the Construction of Educational Spaces (CAPCEE), and the mayor, María Azucena Zafra Chino.