translated from Spanish: Before leaving, morelia aldermen are given bonus for working in Pandemic

Morelia, Michoacan.- The municipal president of Morelia, Humberto Arróniz Reyes, acknowledged that unanimously in the Cabildo a special bonus was authorized for the end of the administration, specific for the personnel who remained active during the peak months of the Covid-19 pandemic.
To the media, he said that this bond was at the initiative of councilors Moises Cardona of the National Action Party (PAN), Melissa Vasquez, and Gaspar Hernandez Independents, which was also intended to benefit the advisers.
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He said that in the first instance he opposed the general amount that this bonus would represent, equivalent to 3 months of salary for 14 million pesos. However, it was approved and ministered to a little over a month ago, approximately, but supposedly for a smaller amount.
Arróniz Reyes emphasized that it also benefited unionized and trusted workers, an average of 2 thousand.
Just as he and Alderman Melissa would return the money to the Treasury. Arróniz Reyes said he had no knowledge of who returned the money the most and what the total amount was.

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