With the objective of forming a work agenda in the comprehensive strengthening of the Mexican State's Security Strategy, and to address several issues of interest for the inhabitants of Baja California, the Governor Elect of this Entity, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda, participated in a meeting with the President of the Republic, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
The meeting took place this Wednesday, July 14, and was attended by the Chief of Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, as well as other elected governors or acting governors from MORENA.
One of the main issues is the peace and tranquility that Mexican communities, and especially Baja California, require so much, so they endorsed the coordination links to deploy authentic mechanisms to transform security in its different areas of competence and strategies.
During the meeting with López Obrador, the elected and current governors analyzed the relevance of the Public Security Secretariat and the actions of the Prosecutor's Office to investigate crimes, factors that must be complemented with an adequate coordination among the three levels of government, to achieve consensus actions and join efforts with the same purpose.
As part of the meeting that took place at the National Palace, President López Obrador expressed that matters of interest were addressed and food was shared, thus strengthening political ties that will be translated into government actions supported from the Presidency of the Republic, both now and once the new governments take office.
Likewise, a Decalogue for Peace was established and the President of Mexico urged the state governors to apply the guiding principle of his government and of the Fourth Transformation, focused on fighting corruption and prioritizing the needs of the least favored groups of the Mexican population through welfare actions.
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