The coordinator of Morena’s majority bench in the Chamber of Deputies, Mario Delgado, confirmed that it will be the Ministry of Finance that will concentrate the 68 billion pesos that the 109 funds and trusts that intend to disappear this afternoon in plenary session have.
In a press conference, Mario Delgado assured that the Ministry of Finance itself will determine how many million of these 109 trusts will go to the health sector and to purchase the vaccine against Covid-19.
“On the issue of trusts that the Treasury is going to determine, of those 68 billion, which part is reimbursed for health care and which part remains as support that will continue to be given on a regular basis,” said Mario Delgado.
Mario Delgado assured that the beneficiaries of the support of the scientific community, victims, journalists, sports, the filmmakers and others should not be worried because the extinction of the 109 trusts does not mean the disappearance of their support, since they will not even leave find out that the administration of the funds was changed.
“Sportsmen are not being abandoned, Mexican cinema is not being abandoned, there is a change in the way of managing resources that will guarantee greater transparency to the government, it will guarantee greater austerity and the beneficiaries will continue counting on these resources, “said Mario Delgado.
The candidate for the leadership of Morena, also accepted that not in all 109 trusts there is corruption, but they are dying out because the government of Mexico is going through an economic and health emergency and resources are required.
In this context, the Morenoist leader explained that with the extinction of the trusts, current spending structures and places will also be eliminated, which in some cases were created to administer the trusts.
He said that in the case of cinema there is already a project agreed with the cinematographic community so that the faculties that the Fidecine had, now go to the Imcine and this one from next year will have a game for the promotion of the film industry, “is In other words, support for the cinema continues. “
It is important to say that this afternoon the opinion will be debated in the plenary session of the Chamber of Deputies.