translated from Spanish: 30 morelia city council officials resigned to join campaigns

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Morelia, Michoacán.- Due to the start of election campaigns, a second wave of resignations was recorded in the City of Morelia; 8 top officials, including Cardiela Amezcua, Roberto Monroy and Jesús Vergara, filed a request for separation from office, Humberto Arróniz Reyes reported.
The acting municipal president noted that they also retired from his duties Denisse Chantal Paulín of the Morelia Institute of Youth; in charge of the area of children’s stays and department managers of the Welfare Secretariat.
He noted that so far no dispatchers were appointed from the Secretariats of Tourism, Rural Development and Environment and Culture, as well as from the areas mentioned above, which could be in the following days.
He assured that this does not disrupt government intervention; however, the new appointments must be made by then ensuring the proper closure of the administration.
From the beginning of internal electoral processes to the first week of April, around 30 public servants among the same licensed municipal president Raúl Morón Orozco, councilors, secretaries, managers and heads of department submitted definitive resignation and/or final separation.

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