Morelia, Michoacán.- Few members heard the call to hasten the work by the President of the Board of Directors of the Local Congress, Antonio Madriz Estrada, because again the meeting of United Commissions ended at the technical table in the absence of the quorum juridico.
At the meeting of United Commissions on Finance and Public Debt, and Public Works, members would touch on the issue of disincorporation of property, to draft an initiative sent by the Executive, about a month and a half ago.
However, in the absence of four legislators, the opinion could not be carried out and the meeting ended at the technical table.
The congressmen who did attend are: Arturo Hernández Vázquez, Adriana Hernández Añiguez and Octavio Ocampo Córdoba, members of the Finance Commission, and Humberto González Villagómez of the Works Commission.
While the absentee were: Teresa López Hernández, Wilma Zavala Ramírez, Ernesto Núñez Aguilar and Sandra Luz Valencia, the latter, president of the Public Works Commission.
On the disposal of the proposal of 10 property sent by the State Government, it is known that one of them was already purchased by an individual 18 years ago, but it has not been able to be handed over until the disintegration in plenary is approved, otherwise , his money will be refunded in full, however on this subject, the deputy president, Arturo Hernández Vázquez considered as an injustice the reinstatement according to its cadastral value of 2001, so it will be considered that if the package is not approved complete, if only that property already sold disincorporates.
Around the other properties, the congressmen agreed that the Executive should send the appraisal of each one, as well as the fate of the collected, with the aim of a deeper analysis before approving the initiative or not.
«There is no law to compel the Executive to make a prior appraisal. There are many economic emergencies in the state so that there is no progress in disincorporation,» said Hernández Vázquez.
In the absence of deputies, the United Commissions meeting was rescheduled for Monday at 10:00 a.m.
This is how the deputies of the LXXIV Legislature again demonstrated their little interest in taking urgent issues off the congressional agenda.