The mayor of Solidaridad, Laura Beristain Navarrete, protested as the new president of the Association of Local Authorities of Mexico (AALMAC) before the Head of Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum. The association will work in coordination with the 800 municipalities that make it up, in an exchange of experiences that helps them solve common challenges in times of great challenges and opportunities.
At the board meeting, the mayors Adela Román Ocampo (Acapulco), Gustavo Adolfo Vargas (Huauchinango), Jaime Heredia Ángeles (Teotihuacán), Mariela Gutiérrez (Tecámac), Araceli Brown Figueredo (Playas de Rosarito), Juan Ángel Flores Bustamante ( Jojutla), Ulises Mejía Haro (Zacatecas) and Raciel Pérez Cruz (Tlalnepantla), They resolved the twinning of the tourist municipalities they represent to encourage development.
Beristain and Sheinbaum formalized the twinning between Playa del Carmen and Mexico City, lo that it will contribute to greater exchange and cooperation to accelerate the economic reactivation from the municipal seat of Solidaridad.
« It is an honor for me to receive this distinction that I assume with enthusiasm and commitment to work for a common municipal agenda in order to pay for the fourth transformation of Mexico promoted by our president Andrés Manuel López Obrador, from the progressive governments that we have to lead » , asserted the solidarity mayor when giving the protest of the law where the president of the National Conference of Municipalities of Mexico (CONAMM) and mayor of Iztacalco, Armando Quintero Martínez, were also present.
Beristain affirmed that in the context that today we have to live, in the midst of the covid-19 pandemic municipal governments face important challenges to maintain the economic reopening and contribute to the states and federation so that there is no rebound in cases, so groups like the one that will preside from today are a platform for strengthening the lines of action through the exchange of experiences.
He explained that united work is necessary and without distinction of colors or political ideologies, progressive municipalities are aware that the common welfare comes first; In congruence with this postulate, they opt for dialogue, debate of ideas, proposals and solidarity in solving common challenges.
“It is crucial that the three levels of government work in coordination, it is normal that we may not have to agree on everything, but we do have to agree on the fundamentals. The nation project that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is promoting is democratic and respectful of the national pact, it is the foundation to continue with the transformative process that he has launched with his government, ”he explained.
As part of the lines of action of the new leader of the AALMAC there is the consolidation of the municipal agenda on issues such as security, energy, tourism, economic diversification, autonomy, administrative efficiency, among others.