translated from Spanish: He regretted that the «All United by Michoacán y Guerrero» deal had been ignored by the President of the Republic: Javier Paredes

Morelia, Michoacán.- Local deputy Javier Paredes Andrade stated that Mexico has a «deaf» and «omiso» president that more than a month after the various sectors gathered and in one voice, both Michoacán and Guerrero sued the head of the federal executive, Andrés Andrés Manuel López Obrador, will continue with the momentum and development of the port of Lázaro Cárdenas, there has been no response or pronouncement by the Federal Government.
He regretted that despite the widespread and united demand of the academic, social, business, partisan, governmental and even religious sectors, together with the representatives of Michoacán and Guerrero, the President of the Republic, was not interested in the entity concerns and has not responded, to provide certainty to the Private Initiative.
It was on September 2nd that all public and government sectors met to request the President of the Republic, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to boost the growth of the Balsas region and implement an incentive model that consolidates the lazaro Cardenas port.
Paredes Andrade regretted that the federal government, without carrying out an analysis and study prior to the cancellation of the Special Economic Zone (EEZ) of Lazaro Cardenas – The Union, has decided to give a slab to the project implemented by the last administration, but which had attracted and interested by domestic and foreign investors.

«Both the country’s economy and insecurity are not a game and it is not fought with sterile and burlesque phrases, it requires due seriousness, with prompt and expeditious responses, that allow them to land, continue and not slow down the investments that can attract the Michoacan port, » he demanded.

The political scientist also regretted that the signing of the «All United by Michoacán y Guerrero» agreement had no impact or response from the federal government and are still awaiting a response.

Original source in Spanish

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