They recognize that the presence of families on intersections with minors “are a headache” that needs to be attended in Mazatlan
Mazatlán, Sin.- One of the headaches that remains in Mazatlán by the System for the Comprehensive Protection of Girls, Boys and Adolescents (SIPINNA), is the situation of migrant families, many of whom are constantly seen in the last dates in the various intersections of the city occupy attention, stated María del Carmen Ramírez Morales.
The director of SIPINNA in Mazatlán indicated that the most serious thing is that many of these people, is that when working or asking for help in some parts of the city, they bring their children, where they expose them to the dangers of accidents.
“Well, that situation is worrying, why is it worrying? because many times these people already stay here in Mazatlán, there are children who are not even registered and if they are not registered, they do not have an identity, therefore they do not go to school, therefore they will not have protection for health, there are many situations that we must worry about but at the same time take care of”.
The official indicated that another of the risks is just around the corner, given the proximity of the International Carnival, where they must be vigilant so that children do not work in the street, and even less at night, exposing them to greater risks.
On the other hand, Ramírez Morales maintained that SIPINNA remains vigilant and guarantees that the rights of children and adolescents are always respected and cared for, who are sometimes attacked in their own families or even exploited, something that should not happen.
It is worth mentioning that the official attended this Tuesday with the mayor Édgar Augusto González Zataráin, in order to establish the work agenda of what will be the organization of an extraordinary meeting of SIPINNA Mazatlán, in order to specify the reinstatement of the municipal system, even which was created in May of last year, and is in charge of taking protest from the new members and doing the collegiate work.
Source: Linea Directa