The President Andrés Manuel López Obrador warned that if a box is plugged in and a group charges, Well, it is by robbing the city, because the budget is not money from the government, but from the people of Mexico.
When supervising the construction of a highway, which will connect San Ignacio with Tayoltita de San Dimas, Durango, in the mountains of both states, the Executive reiterated its call to all citizens to behave well, because there must be an authentic rule of law.
This after the governor of Sinaloa, Quirino Ordaz (PRI), thanked the president for having released the toll booths in the entity.RELATED
“We must put order because if some of the booths are seized there is no income for the Public Treasury, we must not forget that the budget is everyone’s money.”
Accompanied by his wife Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller, Governor Ordaz and the head of the SCT, Jorge Arganis Díaz Leal, The President highlighted that this road, which will have an investment of 770 million pesos, is an investment with a social dimension because it will communicate to these very marginalized communities.
“He spoke of marginalization of the benefits of development, not marginalized of development because they have contributed a lot, Tayoltita has contributed a lot of wealth to the Nation, it has a mining company that has provided precise minerals since the time of Porfirio Díaz, it is one of the most important mining towns. important of Mexico and still produces mineral “.
He stressed that in Sinaloa very important roads and highways are being built, such as Tayoltita; also -although it is Durango- the highway from Tamazula to Canelas that also crosses the mountains and the highway from Badiraguato, Sinaloa, to Guadalupe and Calvo, Chihuahua, which are very important in Sinaloa.
The President highlighted the collaborative work with Governor Quirino Ordaz, who, he said, is a people that governs with passion and enthusiasm.
“To govern Sinaloa, to govern San Ignacio, to govern the country the three Cs are required, head, heart and character … always applying the essence of humanism: love of neighbor.”