Mazatlan.- This port will host from November 7 to 9, of the CXXI National forum of Mexican Notaries, with the name, “Past, Present, and Future of Notaries”, in which the assistance of one thousand Notaries Public of the country is expected.
At a press conference, the Undersecretary of Tourism Promotion and Operation, Sylvia Ruiz Coppel, on behalf of the Secretary of Tourism of Sinaloa, Óscar Pérez Barros, stressed that this event to be held at the Mazatlan Convention Center is expected to attend of 4 thousand people between notaries and companions, and there is no doubt that it will be a successful program, which demonstrates the confidence they have in this city, he added.
In this context, the Secretary of Tourism Óscar Pérez Barros, mentioned the importance of having this type of events, with which Mazatlán and Sinaloa are strengthened as excellent places for the realization of Congresses and Conventions, or other types of programs that are wanted to realize, in addition that they generate an important economic spill for the tourist sector of the locality and the tourist complements that are had in the surroundings.
For his part, the president of the Council of Public Notaries of Sinaloa, Rodrigo Llausas Azcona, said that it will be a congress composed of different conferences, with the aim of keeping notaries updated and trained to give good service to citizens.
During the three days of the conference, various topics of interest will be discussed, such as the Rules for Conducting Visits to Notaries; Practical Aspects of the Last Reforms to the General Law of Commercial Companies and the Prevention of Money Laundering in the corporate sphere; Impersonation and Identity Theft, among others.
Among the exhibitors will be the president of the National College of Mexican Notaries, notary Armando Prado Delgado; Dr. Ramón García Gibson, central administrator of Vulnerable Activities of the SAT; Dr. José Rafael Minor Molina, deputy attorney general, among others.
He said that the conference that is organized by the National College of Notaries, together with the Council of Notaries of Sinaloa and the College of Notaries of Mazatlan, are very required; For this occasion, the states of Quintana Roo, Nuevo León, Chihuahua, State of Mexico and Baja California disputed the headquarters, but Mazatlan was elected for the sixth time, because people want to come to Mazatlan to also enjoy its tourist attractions and gastronomy .
The program also includes cultural events at the Ángela Peralta theater and an alley, where attendees can get to know and enjoy the renovations that have been done in the Historic Center of the city, said Patricia García, of the organizing committee.
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