; Michoacán- as society must teach us not to discriminate and to be inclusive in all directions and from the State Congress will continue to work to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities, said the Deputy Adriana Hernández Iñiguez, within the framework of the starting of the walk of the 2018 disability signal.
The PRI legislator took the opportunity to call to authorities as representatives of organizations and civil society in general to work in a coordinated manner to improve roads and infrastructure that allow a true inclusion.
«It is the third year that we do this hike with success and we must remember that the aim is to raise awareness of the importance of inclusion; In addition, I will continue working with initiatives in Congress,»said the Deputy.
In this third edition, Iñiguez Hernández emphasized the participation of more than 2 thousand people of all ages; in this regard it appreciated the participation of some associations, the State Council to prevent and eliminate discrimination and violence and FEMSA.
It should be recalled that this walk was carried out within the framework of the international day of persons with disabilities which is commemorated every December 3, in that sense, Adriana Hernández said that it is necessary to reinforce the theme of inclusion.
Ernesto Viveros Hernandez, Sergio Cruz and Cándido Herrera Salgado were participants who occupied the first three places, respectively.
At the end of the walk some demonstrations of games were as Gol Bol, a ball game specially designed for visually impaired people.
The delegate of THRIVES in Michoacan, Rocío Luquín; Alberto Hernández Ramírez, head of the State Council to prevent and eliminate discrimination and the violence in Michoacan; Neftalí García, director of FEMSA in Michoacan; Eduardo Zarate of the center of culture for the disability and Dela Cruz Bejar, President of the Centre for neurological dysfunction, accompanied the Deputy at the starting signal.