Governor-elect Marina del Pilar receives tribute for her work in Mexicali

The photograph was placed in the Municipal Palace of Mexicali

Photo by: Cortesía

Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda, Governor-elect of Baja California, thanked the tribute made by the XXIV City Hall of Mexicali this Wednesday, October 6, this celebration was led by Mayor Norma Bustamante Martínez, who unveiled a photograph that alludes to Ávila's term as Municipal President of the XXIII City Hall of Mexicali, from 2019 to 2021.

"It was a government where we really gave our heart and our will. The people of Mexicali are great, our people demand what they deserve, it is a town that is grateful, it is a reciprocal town, it is a town that builds," said Marina del Pilar during her message, who pointed out that despite the difficulties brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, the will of the municipal staff always prevailed to move projects forward.


The first elected state governor recalled that, upon arriving to the municipal administration in 2019, she realized the great setbacks left by previous governments due to corruption, so the municipal staff under her charge worked without distractions, attending to the needs of Mexicali residents directly in the communities.

"The love for Mexicali was greater than any difference. We managed to be a government close to the people, it gives me great pleasure to be able to return today to the City Hall and see the faces of those who are in the offices attending to the citizens," added the Governor-elect referring to the unity that existed among the members of the Cabildo of the XXIII City Council of Mexicali.


In view of the challenges ahead, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda pointed out that less than a month before beginning her term as Governor of Baja California, there is absolute conviction to work without selfishness, without revenge, without personal interests, and with the only interest of serving Baja California in the same way she did for Mexicali.

The Governor-elect expressed to Norma Bustamante Martínez that she is confident that the Capital of Baja California "is in good hands", and that there will be continuity to all those projects that were undertaken during the previous administration with the sole purpose of bringing welfare to the community, especially to those who have less.


Finally, the Mayor of Mexicali acknowledged the momentum and unity promoted by Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda during her term at the helm of City Hall, and reiterated that "the state capital will always be faithful to the project" that she leads at the state level, with a view to promoting, from Baja California, the advancement of the Fourth Transformation of Mexico's public life.

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