The governor of NL, Jaime Rodríguez Calderón, yesterday, during a message. Image taken from Twitter: @JaimeRdzNL
For the first time in 2020, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will hold a meeting with the country’s governors, just over five months after the Covid pandemic began in Mexico.
The one who has already signed up to raise his voice and make some requests is the state president of Nuevo León, Jaime Rodríguez, who along with nine other governors of the country created the Federalist Alliance, which makes the Federation a bloc.
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During your participation in a Government event, The Bronco He pointed out that he will have the opportunity to give a speech tomorrow at the meeting of the National Conference of Governors (Conago).
“It will be my turn to be a speaker in that session, I hope they have not erased me from the list. (My participation) is to offer collaboration, but also to demand that the fiscal pact is old.
“The Fiscal Pact is not only money for the coffers of the Government, it is the potentialization of what Nuevo León has to be in order to face not only the pandemic, but also the economic possibility of competition,” said Rodríguez.
The Conago meeting, which will be chaired by President López Obrador, will be held today in San Luis Potosí.
– JAIME RDZ EL BRONCO (@JaimeRdzNL) August 18, 2020
The governors of Aguascalientes, Jalisco, Durango, Nuevo León, Tamaulipas, Guanajuato, Coahuila, Michoacán, Colima and Chihuahua, are the ones who make up the Federalist Alliance, who arrive at this meeting with four petitions.
His main request is to review the Fiscal Pact, in addition to improving the management of the pandemic in each state of the country, maintaining renewable energy projects and achieving economic reactivation without taking risks.
The president of Nuevo León assured that it is not about fighting with the Federation, but they do want there to be a current and fair treatment for the states.
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