Like the chinito. Just as the Secretary of Fisheries of the State Government, Carlos Noé Contreras, left Topolobampo. They say that he produced a fanfare that announced his arrival. All those who protested yesterday at the dock of the port met. Fishermen and fuel distributors were there, but he only heard complaints about the 5 percent charge that the Integral Port Administration wants to charge them. He clarified that he was representing Governor Quirino Ordaz, but he still left: without a solution. Then he told the press that it was a first approach. They say that the leaders just stared. Apparently he spoke with the director of the API to bring the two versions to the state president of what is happening, but they knew nothing more. What they want is not to pay that 5% more for the fuel they need to go fishing.
Defending. After the criticisms of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador against the councils that concentrate many councilors who charge “as if they worked,” the councilors who are not even seen in the Municipal Palace, less with the pandemic, revised the words of the Morenoist president. What drew attention was that the councilor María del Socorro Calderón Guillén admitted that working for free is not a viable option due to the “large amount of work and paperwork that they have to carry out.” He even challenged reporters to go to Guasave, El Fuerte, Culiacán, so that they could see that they earn more than the Ahomenses councilors. Of course, he said that although he is the President of the Republic, whom he “loves and adores,” now he does not agree with him. Have seen!
Heart attack. Although it should not be speculated, it did cause concern among the Mochitenses and even among the justice and health authorities, the death of the young Alejandro, 28 years old, a neighbor of the Anáhuac de Los Mochis neighborhood, who died a few hours after receive a dose of the AstraZeneca virus vaccine. The report indicates that Alejandro would have been vaccinated on Monday and in the afternoon he would have told his relatives that he had arm and head pain. He then bathed and fell asleep, but was found lifeless Tuesday morning, in the same bed where he lay. The family called the Vice Prosecutor for Justice in the Northern Zone, who took charge of the incident. The authorities will investigate the causes of death.
Prevention. After the tragedy in Culiacán, where a roof of a shoe store collapsed and killed a person, with other injuries, Civil Protection of Sinaloa went yesterday to the Los Mochis center to carry out inspections of the shops. They checked that they had the structural opinion in order. The reviews were led by Omar Mendoza, coordinator of State Civil Protection in the northern area, who indicated that there are about 21 thousand businesses in Ahome that must comply with a structural opinion indicating that the facilities are in good condition. The opinion must have the approval of the State Civil Protection. Why was Salvador Lamphar, director of Municipal Protection in Ahome, not there now?
Murky waters. The mayor who did not beat around the bush for the treatment of users in the Guasave Potable Water Board is the municipal president Aurelia Leal López. He announced to the members the decision to dismiss the manager of Jumapag, Alejandra Valdez Arellano. He said that he has not had the “social management” with users, although he recognized the work done as a technical manager for more than 30 years, where he returned her. Why isn’t the same thing happening in Ahome or El Fuerte when that and more has been presented and even the users themselves have denounced it in a thousand ways? In these municipalities, now they have not been valid or the sit-ins, or the taking of roads, or blockades of the Palace or anything with the insensitive treatment of users by claiming that they do not have water. Even some up to a month. What a difference.