Los Mochis, Sinaloa.—Aware that Governor Rubén Rocha Moya has the authority to decide who stays on or who leaves his cabinet, Ahmed’s MayorGerardo Vargas Landeros Asked the Ministry of Health to respect and support the removal of Héctor Melesio Cuén Ojeda,
“The decision made by my governor is not being discussed, of course I am involved, I have no doubt about it, he has special power to appoint and remove public servants, so we can at least deal with these matters.” I can support them. Take the decision and express my full support,” he said.
In this sense, he reaffirmed that he had very good relations with the militants within his administration. Sinaloa Party (PAS) Among those who are within his government, the officers and aldermen of the Cabaldo Ahomense.
Read more: Hector Melecio Cuen Ojeda: “Someone tricked the governor into signing him”
“For my part, I have a wonderful relationship with the public servants proposed by the PAS, such as Rodolfo, the teacher Alma María, who is the director of education, with the coordinator of aldermen Carlos Saracho, with whom she was the chairman of the PAS and today the Treasury Commission. We have an extraordinary relationship with Marisol, also with young Salmeron, our relationship is unbeatable until as a party they make another decision which I will respect,” he emphasized.
As far as the party is concerned, he spoke of being respected and grateful to have an organization with which he had allied in the previous election process.
Regarding the alleged list that the mayor of Culiacán, Jesus Estrada Ferrero, performed about potential politicians who “get in the governor’s way”, including Cuen Ojeda and himself, he limited himself to asking his counterpart for the respect. gave.
Read more: Estrada qualifies as “somewhat unfair” alleged police harassment of a restaurant linked to Cuen
“First of all ask the respected president of my Culiacán Estrada Ferrerio to solve their problems and not to move others around with a knife, I respect him very much and have great respect for his city council and this is me Strange as he goes on to mention mine and whatever else, we bring up enough fights. QN’s departure must have been a coincidence, I’m in no danger of anyone coming.”
Ahom mayor supports Governor Ruben Rocha’s decision