Morelia, Michoacán.- The governor-elect of Michoacán, Alfredo Ramírez Bedolla, reported that 800 ‘ghost’ places were detected in the state’s educational payroll, for which he announced the next cleaning of the sector and transparency actions, during his administration.
The morenista assured that, through visits to schools carried out by the nation’s servers, together with the local government, 800 “ghost” squares on Michoacan to be unsubscribed.
“It must be said: there have been abuses practically everywhere in Michoacán, where at some moments there was or is traffic of squares, the sale of squares, a series of issues that must also be said, they are real, they are evident and that this has to end, “he warned.
In this regard, he said that there is already a protocol and it is contemplated to digitize the internal procedures of the agency itself, so that in its management there will be no compadrazgos and corruption will not be tolerated.
In addition, he explained that there are about 28,000 state squares where there are a whole series of nooks and crannies where corruption “does its thing.”
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Thus, during the government of Alfredo Ramirez He said that there will be open doors for all union groups of education workers and that he will seek to solve problems through dialogue, but there will be no cronyism or cronyism.
With information from Agencia Reforma