The Governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, attended the celebration for the current Mexican president, Andres Manuel López Obrador's three-year presidency, underlining the so-called "Fourth Transformation" of national public life.
The president of Baja California was present at a celebration at Mexico City's Zócalo, which was attended by numerous individuals from our country's governmental, commercial, social, and intellectual classes.
Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda emphasized President López Obrador's commitment to the benefit of Baja California, noting that he is the national president who has visited the state the most times, generating a brand even in the first half of his six-year term, demonstrating his great affection for the entity and predicting that this dynamic will continue in the years ahead.
In a similar spirit, the Governor emphasized the social initiatives that have been implemented in the Baja California Territory and are being extended to give substantial assistance to the less fortunate. The universality of the assistance program for individuals with disabilities, which makes it a right, is an example of this.
The deal signed by President López Obrador to regularize used automobiles of foreign origin, which is valid in the seven northern border states, is another example of how the Fourth Transformation is changing the lives of Baja Californians. It is essential to mention that the proceeds from the procedure will be used to upgrade the state's roadways.
On the other hand, the national president has shown a solid commitment to education by promising to clear the wage arrears due to Baja California teachers, honoring their labor rights, and ensuring that teachers have the role they deserve as educators for future generations.
Also noteworthy are the urban rehabilitation projects in Tijuana, Baja, California's most populous city, where sports units, cultural and social spaces, and the renovation of places with a direct and exemplary impact on life were established. from the general public
The Governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, met with Mexico's Secretary of Energy, Roco Nahle, to discuss concerns relating to the state's energy supply, given the importance of this topic in social and economic life.
Regarding the topics discussed, the Governor stated on social media that the meeting's goal was to "promote energy projects and provide light to the villages in our state that still don't have it," before praising the federal official for his desire to participate.
President López Obrador, accompanied by his wife Beatriz Gutiérrez, sent a greeting to the Governor from the temple of the capital's Zócalo. The presidential pair congratulated Marina del Pilar's pregnancy.
Finally, the Governor emphasized the Fourth Transformation's and President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's social vocation for the benefit of Mexicans, which was reflected in the citizens' solid and unwavering support in the recent elections, where the movement consolidated with absolute victories in Baja California, making it the most lopezobradorist state in Mexico.
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