The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, announced this afternoon the construction of a desalination plant in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, with an investment of 1,000 million pesos, as well as urban infrastructure works and improvement of housing for Rescue the marginalized colonies for 600 million pesos.
Touring the entity and accompanied by Governor Carlos Mendoza Davis, the federal executive said that the project of the Los Cardones mine in the same entity, located between La Paz and Los Cabos, which would affect the Sierra La Laguna Biosphere Reserve, is canceled .
In this case there will be no consultation as with the thermoelectric power station in Morelos or with the airport in Texcoco, State of Mexico, because this matter falls directly to him as President, in addition to protecting the natural beauty and wealth, the ecological balance of the region and the attractions of the area to continue attracting international and national tourism, since that is the most important industry for the state.
The president presented in this tourist destination the Mi México Late Urban Improvement Program, which seeks to rescue the colonies and urban areas of 15 cities, especially tourist destinations such as Los Cabos, Acapulco, Vallarta, and Bahía de Banderas.
The government no longer wants offensive contrasts with paradisiacal zones with hotels of great tourism, luxuries and access to dreamy beaches, clean and with all services, and on the other hand marginalized colonies, without basic services, insecurity and shortages, where they live employees of hotels, restaurants and services such as transportation and taxis, so this year will be invested in drainage, paving, urban equipment, parks and home improvement, 600 million pesos for Los Cabos.
The Mazatlan Post