Culiacán, Sinaloa. – On 9 May, Governor Rubén Rocha responded to the city president of Culiacán, Jesus Estrada Ferreiro, where Supports the commitment of the state administration under its charge to contribute 20, 335,457.38 pesoswith the purpose of pay immediately Pension for Widows of Municipal Police OfficersProvided that it subsequently fulfills the said obligation and withdraws the constitutional dispute filed against these rights granted by law to the citizens.
In a letter addressed to the mayor of Culiacán, Governor Rocha Moya stated that the mandate of the applicable laws, as in the case of state public safety legislation, must be obeyed, as it is approx. Relating to the duties imposed on the post of Municipal President and the rights of widowed citizens of deceased police officersRights that are not suspended nor can they be suspended, therefore their fulfillment must be granted from the day of their admission.
Similarly in the profession, The state president urges the mayor to behave in accordance with the democratic duty to respect human rights To all the people and mainly those who are in vulnerable position, but above all it urges them to stop any act which weakens or hinders the legal right of police widows.
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Finally, in the said document, Governor Rocha sent the cooperation agreement for the approval of payment of pension to police widows, which was sent to him with effect from March 4, 2022, for his consideration and relevant signature.