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Mauricio Vila asks López Obrador for support due to floods in Yucatán


Vila Dosal pointed out that to date 95 thousand hectares of crops have been lost, in addition to subdivisions and colonies in the north of Mérida. Photo: @MauVila

Yucatan

He Governor of Yucatán, Mauricio Vila Dosal, requested resources from President Andrés Manuel López Workroom to help the people affected by the rains recent in the entity

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During the supervision in Kopomá of the works of construction of the Mayan Train the governor, Vila Dosal said that the Declaration of Emergency for 25 Yucatecan municipalities, and is waiting for resources from the Natural Disaster Fund.

Vila Dosal pointed out that to date 95 thousand hectares of crops have been lost, in addition to subdivisions and colonies in the north of Mérida.

“We are ready to work hand in hand with the Federation. The effects are many, but if we join forces we will move forward, ”said the governor.

For his part, the head of the Executive stressed that the National Coordination of Civil Protection it will be the one that will determine “how to get the support to the people who are suffering from the flooding of their lands, patios and homes.”

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He recognized that the Yucatecan governor works in a coordinated manner with the federal government, without putting party or political interests ahead.

“You can not be sectarian, or act irresponsibly, politically, it requires high-mindedness, it requires greatness … not only to be a statesman, you need to be a man of the nation, because personal interests, groups, Legitimate that they are should never be above the general interest, the interest of the people ”, declared the president.

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