Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- In two more weeks, the president of the Republic Andrés Manuel López Obrador will come to Mazatlán to lay the first stone of the new Aquarium “Mar de Cortés”, and perhaps, also visit the municipality of Concordia, revealed the mayor Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres.
The first mayor said that they analyze the possibility of the federal Executive knowing the Historical Center of the city, and verify the rescue works in the offices of the Historical Archive to preserve the cultural heritage of Mazatlan.
“It comes for two reasons; one to put the first stone of the new Aquarium in Mazatlan, but will see the opportunity to the best that knows the Historic Center and that can verify what the City of Mazatlan is doing to rescue and preserve the cultural heritage of Mazatlan ” informed.
El Munícipe announced that he will meet with his work team to propose a longer agenda for AMLO in view of the tourist destination; however, its presence is positive for the municipality, and the State.
“We are going to meet to present an agenda to the president of Mexico that includes, of course, what is coming, to lay the first stone of the new Aquarium, but we will see if it is possible to make a longer agenda”
“… it is very possible that I will also go to Concordia because it is the only municipality that is missing from this visit in southern Sinaloa,” he said.
The ‘Chemist’ Benítez argued that the local government began with an expertise in the Historical Archive to know what documents were lost, and the current situation of that place, while the legal area will interpose the corresponding criminal complaints against those found guilty by this serious omission.
Source: Linea Directa
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