AMLO insist on selling Sinaloa’s Playa Espiritu lots at auction


AMLO insists on selling CIP Teacapán land

The president of Cobalpre assured that the project is not a competition for Mazatlán, but a complement to ecotourism

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- If the auction of the Integrally Planned Center of Teacapán ” Playa Espíritu ” is finalized, as the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador insists, they will say goodbye to all the future tourism in southern Sinaloa and the future of families, Ismael Díaz Murillo considered.

The president of the Presidio Baluarte Committee stated that they do not oppose an auction, but not of the 400 beachfront lots since there is a structure and it may well be a key piece in future development.

We are not against it if you have to auction it, but do not auction the beach strip, because that is how it is right now, the change in land use that was made in Escuinapa is to sell everything, 400 lots with beachfront and that. yes goodbye to all the tourist future of southern Sinaloa and the future of the families and their children, he said.

He recalled that the Army has land for a military base, there is a hotel, a beach house, a Malecón, streets, all the infrastructure is ready.

Díaz Murillo commented that there are those who insist on seeing Playa Espíritu as a competition for Mazatlán when they are different in what they offer to tourists.

“ It is said that precisely the president has had many little birds, who speak in his ear in that sense, that the investment should have been made here in Mazatlán, and not there; however, Playa Espíritu is not a Mazatlan competition, it is a complement, as is the Riviera Maya, Riviera Nayarita, that is, they are complements, in the end, they are needed, “he said.

He ruled that the project should not be lost, even in the recent visit that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador made to the Santa María, they had an approach and delivered a letter to let him know this concern, but to date, there is no answer.

The president of Cobalpre added that they will seek rapprochement with the elected governor, Rubén Rocha Moya, to continue insisting on the original plan of the CIP, in order to inform the president of the true direction of the south, south of Sinaloa.

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