The Alianza Va por Sinaloa candidate agrees to work hand in hand with the tourism sector and to pave 200 streets in Mazatlán in one year
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- A government facilitator and promoter of investment is what the tourism sector asks Mario Zamora Gastélum, candidate for governor of Sinaloa for the PRI-PAN-PRD alliance.
José Gámez Valle, spoke on behalf of the tourism sector and stated that in Sinaloa there are more than 466 lodging centers, which speaks of its importance, hence more flights are required and the resource of the 3 percent lodging tax to be more efficient for maintain promotion at the national and international level, this is due to the fact that there is no longer the Tourism Promotion Council of Mexico.
He stressed that tourism represents 11.2 percent of the Gross Domestic Product, but still much remains to be done, which is why he also asked for better roads, road accesses and that rural tourism be promoted.
“ We want you to be our partner and to allow us to be your partner. There is much to do throughout the state on the subject of rural tourism. Replicate rural tourism such as Mesón de los Laureanos, in El Quelite ” , he said.
For his part, the president of Canirac, Rodrigo Becerra Rodríguez, spoke about the over-regulation and duplication of functions that exist between the federal, state, and municipal governments.
“We have inspection and regulatory reviews, from the Cofepris, Coepris, Senior Officials, Civil Protection and all repeat functions. Our business strongly believes that the government cannot be an obstacle for investors, the requirements and inspections have to be debureaucratized and has to be a facilitator and promoter of investment “ , expressed
During this meeting with the tourism sector, the candidate of the Alliance Va por Sinaloa, Mario Zamora listened to the owners of hotels, restaurants, and employees, who asked him to be a facilitator of the investment, and in return, they will be able to work together for the good of the destination and its people, because to Mazatlán and nobody stops it.
He expressed the importance of reactivating the economy through tourism as a trigger and as one of the fundamental pillars of the state, for which he made the commitment to work hand in hand to continue transforming Sinaloa and Mazatlán.
“You have to activate the economy and if you have to bring more investment, connectivity, you have to go out into the world in an intelligent way. What are people going to do when the pandemic ends, they will go on vacation, “he said.
He also promised that in the first year of government he will pave 200 streets at no cost to the beneficiaries, and will also take advantage of rural tourism, where there are also jobs to generate.