Marina del Pilar, Governor-elect of Baja California, was present at the delivery of Scholarship Cards for Senior Citizens and People with Disabilities, an event that took place at the Federal Welfare Secretariat in Tijuana. A total of 150 'Bancos del Bienestar' cards were delivered, with which the beneficiaries will be able to directly receive support from the federal government.
During the event, in which she was accompanied by the Sole Federal Delegate in Baja California, Alejandro Ruiz Uribe, and the Undersecretary of Federal Welfare, Ariadna Montiel Reyes, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda pointed out that the social vision of politics is the greatest legacy of the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
She also stressed that, since 2018, public policies have focused on the neediest sectors of the population, especially the elderly and people with disabilities, who will see a substantial change in the charges through the 'Bancos del Bienestar', so the delivery of the cards is a key act in their immediate future.
She also considered, before a hundred beneficiaries of the Pension for the Welfare of the Elderly and another 50 beneficiaries of the Pension for the Welfare of Persons with Disabilities, that the Welfare Bank represents an authentic revolution in social policies in Mexico.
In the same sense, she recognized the Federal Government for its progress in achieving a fair budget for the support of senior citizens, which represented a historical debt of the Mexican State with this sector of the population, which Mexicans revere and respect.
The Governor-elect of Baja California stated that President López Obrador recently reiterated his full support to the state administration that will take office on November 1st, and said that there will be joint social policies to double efforts to support vulnerable groups of the population.
Just three weeks away from being sworn in as the first woman to govern Baja California, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda pointed out that Baja California is a state with development opportunities, and that no Baja Californian will be left helpless by the incoming government. This is one of the premises of the Fourth Transformation.
It should be noted that there are federal initiatives that intend to increase the amount of pensions for senior citizens and people with disabilities, and for this it is necessary to continue with austerity and the fight against corruption. In this way, it will be possible to better serve the people who need it most.
For Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda, the Fourth Transformation represents, among other things, the vindication of vulnerable groups of the population, so she expressed her commitment to achieve an efficient support scheme that reaches all corners of the state, always seeking the welfare of Baja California families.
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