Canaco suspects that Sinaloa Morena Party failed Government audit accounts for political reasons


The vice president of Tourism of Canaco Servytur South Zone asks that decisions be made with fundamentals

Mazatlan, Sinaloa. The rejection by the Morena Party deputies to approve the finances of the State Government could be due to a conflict of political interests of Morena, said Óscar Tirado Bernal, Vice President of Tourism of the National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism in the South Zone of Sinaloa.

Therefore, the chamber called on legislators to make informed decisions.

“The Morena Party wanted to disapprove it, now it is up to the State Government to solve the observations, surely because of the confidence that has been seen in the management of the State Government audit, it will have to be solved,” he said.

“Apparently it might seem that way, it is what we do not agree with, what we ask is that when an account is rejected that is based on facts and not for political reasons,” he added.

In turn, Tirado Bernal launched the call to the deputies to execute “real transformation initiatives to benefit the Sinaloans.”

Source: reaccion informativa

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