translated from Spanish: Increased risk of migration in fishing communities in Ahome

The Mochis, Sinaloa.- The phenomenon of emigration will affect fishing communities, since from next Saturday first of May fishermen will also be seen catching jaiba, shark and manta rays. Leonel Sánchez Cota, president of the Federation of fishing cooperatives in northern Sinaloa and southern Sonora, called the situation currently presenting itself in the various fishing fields, where the fisherman is practically fishing for survival, as he barely manages to get ahead with catching jaiba, snail, clams, scale, boat , blanket and shark.
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Read more: Detect in Guasave the areas where the cattle are with brucellosisInso indicated that the new vein that will be imposed from May 1 for jaiba, shark and manta rays will put the fisherman even more tight, since when they run out of options, they will definitely choose to emigrate to other areas in search of work.” With this Federal Government the situation worsened, as there is a risk that fishing communities will keep the older cigars depending on those who go elsewhere to look for work and send them money to eat and the supports of older adults who do not reach you even for salted tortillas.” Read more: Mazatlan shipowners give confidence to Aquaculture and Fisheries, Octavio AldamaIndeed that now all that remains is that the transformation to Sinaloa is only necessary for the support of the Government of the State to be withdrawn.

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