Marina del Pilar, the Governor of B.C, organizes activities for the welfare of citizens

She just opened Deputy Yenni Olua's Mobile Module and announced the National Guard's presence in Mexicali

Photo by: Gobierno de Baja California

After attending the inauguration of the Mobile Module of the Federal Deputy, Yenni Olua, in the public park of the Angeles de Puebla community in Mexicali, the Governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar vila Olmeda, decided to coordinate efforts with different levels of government and continue working for the benefit of the citizens.

The governor stated that the state administration works closely with federal deputies and local lawmakers to develop a budget that benefits the most disadvantaged members of society.

"We're working on a budget with much social assistance to support individuals with disabilities, the elderly, vulnerable women, and to bring peace in our state," said the state's first female governor.

She said that collaboration is also represented in the Security Tables, including representatives from the City Council and the Federal Government. The subsequent arrival of more National Guard units was ensured to ensure the security of the Mexicali Valley.

Finally, Governor Marina del Pilar complimented Federal Deputy Yenni Olua on her idea to give care to all the people in her district via her mobile module and reaffirmed that the State Executive is ready to work with her as a team.

Deputy Juan Manuel Molina Garca, head of the State Congress Board of Directors, and Santos González Yescas, municipal president of San Luis Ro Colorado, Sonora, also attended the inauguration.

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