Culiacan, Sinaloa.- “The older adults At some point in his life he gave all his youth to build and improve a society that gets better every day. We have to fight to uphold their rights so that their standard of living can be improved.” Juana Minerva Vazquez.
The local deputy of the Murray Parliamentary Group campaigned in the Congressional Forum of the State of Sinaloa that the use of public resources should be done with social sentiment as a priority.
“As established by the values and principles that we handle in the Fourth Transformation, which will always benefit those who need it most and who will always seek the well-being of Sinalonians. We know that working on the legislative It is necessary to continue change and we are focused on rebuilding the mechanisms that guarantee that older adults can enjoy their rights by promoting and protecting the laws that create opportunities for their growth and development. “
The legislator noted that it is important to remember that for the first time, after 2018, older adults already get a pension that generates independence, that generates economic empowerment in some way so that people enjoy that What they didn’t have before, they are also working on issues that are related to active aging, but above all health issues.
“We have worked with civil society groups, it is very important to take action in the State Congress and it should be noted that the health policy for adults is in line with what has been established in the State Development Plan of Governor Rubén Rocha Moya. . . , where the priority is aimed at enforcing the participation of intersectoral groups that promote, above all, a culture of prevention and health promotion”.
Read more: Indigenous consultation on Topolobampo fertilizer plant may be held this month
He pointed out that according to the latest data from the 2020 Census, there are 394 thousand older adults in the state of Sinaloa, and it is important to note that this segment of the population represents 13 percent.
Juana Minerva Vazquez Raises Her Voice for Older Adults