The Governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, spoke at the conference "With the Heart Ahead," which took place in the towns of Playas de Rosarito. She emphasized her commitment to offering care to every inhabitant of the state. Various services provided by multiple areas of the state public administration were awarded during this occasion.
Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda acknowledged the collaboration with the Mexican government and municipal administrations, such as Playas de Rosarito, led by Mayor Araceli Brown Figueredo, to generate actions that benefit the community, particularly the less fortunate, such as the elderly and people with disabilities, at the opening ceremony.
In his message, he emphasized the importance of working together with the people of Baja California to solve common problems and advance in the fight against corruption, which he described as one of essential tasks of the Fourth Transformation, a movement led by Mexico's President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
The State Governor donated computer equipment to children as part of the event, which took place at the "El Profe" Sports Field, to boost minors' education in the so-called fifth municipality.
According to the Delegate of Federal Programs in Baja California, Jess Alejandro Ruiz Uribe, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda is the highest representative and leader of the Fourth Transformation in Baja California. They stated that he would work with the State Government to meet the population's needs, particularly in terms of welfare programs.
Roco Adame Muoz, Deputy of the State Congress; Rosina del Villar, Secretary of Honesty; Catalino Zavala Márquez, Secretary General of the Government; José Adrian Medina Amarillas, Secretary of Health; Gerardo Sols, Secretary of Education; Mavis Olmeda, Director of DIF Baja California; Alejandra Duarte, Head of Movimiento Boreal; and Diego Quintero, representative of the
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VIDEO: The residents of Playas de Rosarito are supported by Marina del Pilar.