Governor-elect, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda, accompanies the President of Mexico, AMLO, on his first day of his tour of Baja California, where López Obrador took the opportunity to comment and express his support for Marina del Pilar, assuring that "Baja California will do very well" and assured that the state will have the full support of the Mexican government.
Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda accompanied President López Obrador in presiding over the inauguration ceremony of the National Guard facilities in the city of Mexicali, which marked the first point of his three-day visit to the state, which will conclude in Tijuana next Sunday, October 17.
For her part, the Governor-elect of Baja California celebrated the decision of the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to subject irregular vehicles to a legalization process, as she considered it a demonstration of the appreciation the President has for the border states and especially for Baja Californians, as well as his full recognition of the economic dynamism of the northern border.
"We celebrate it, we share it, we applaud it, I think it is an act of great sensitivity from the social and economic point of view for many families, and in that part we will do our part as the incoming government," he told the media during the start of the presidential tour in the city of Mexicali. It is worth remembering that it will be this Saturday, October 16, when the President of Mexico will sign the agreement for the regularization of vehicles known as "chocolate" in the city of Ensenada, which will benefit hundreds of thousands of families in Baja California, who do not have sufficient resources to purchase a new vehicle.
In the same sense, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda pointed out that one of her priorities is to achieve an adequate management of state finances, coordinating at all times with the federal government headed by President López Obrador, matching Baja California's federal projects with the policies to be implemented by the next administration.
"As we have been saying, in Baja California we have a government that will work hand in hand with the government of Mexico and Andrés Manuel López Obrador, with whom we have found immense support for our state," she said.