Los Mochis, Sinaloa. – Worried that insecurity will take over established businesses, merchants Members of the National Chamber of Commerce in Los Mochis asked for more support from municipal officials and a Strengthening of surveillance in the downtown sector,
The statement was made during a meeting with businessmen between Mayor Gerardo Vargas Landros and his cabinet officials, where he specifically mentioned the insecurity felt by women working in this activity.
Victor Dam Ramirez, President Kanakiremarked that he raised various issues of interest to the Chamber, which were addressed, which he said, were addressed by the authorities.
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“We made different approaches to the first square of the city on the topic of roads, traffic lights, safety, participating in different areas and leaving pending works. We touched on the issue of driver education”.
For his part, Mayor Gerardo Vargas Landros made it clear that there is a steadfast commitment to helping all productive sectors as well as society in general, therefore, he said, every request made to give them a quick solution. will have to be analysed. ,
“They asked us for something very important, which is the issue of training women to deal with issues of violence. It was a very clear request, very precise, and through the Women’s Secretariat we will be able to participate.”
Traders in the center of Los Mochis demand more security