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- It will benefit more than 23 thousand people settled in 17 priority care areas
- The amount of these works is over 40 million
In order to ensure the supply of electricity in 17 priority attention areas of the Middle Peninsula, in order to bring welfare to its citizens, agreements were signed to start works for this purpose, between the Ministry of Labor and Social Development (STDS), the Federal Electricity Commission and the municipalities of Muleg, Comond, Los Cabos and La Paz, said Gustavo Hernndez Vela, head of the state agency.
The secretary said that through these activities will benefit more than 23 thousand 300 people mostly settled in areas of the entity that have lacked the electricity service for a long time, which will help improve their quality of life.
Gustavo Hernndez Vela, pointed out that the amount of these works is over 40 million 360 thousand pesos, which are exercised through state resources and the Social Infrastructure Contribution Funds (FAIS) granted to municipalities.
In this way, he explained that they will be working in Muleg towns, such as: Villa Andrs Alberto Alvarado, Tortugas Bay, Asuncin Bay, San Bruno, San Lucas and Santa Rosala; in Comond to Ciudad Constitucin; in La Paz El Centenario, San Pedro, Ejido Juan Domnguez Cota and in Los Cabos.
The state official stressed that the STDS will continue working to strengthen and expand the coverage of the various programs that provide opportunities for social development to the inhabitants of all municipalities of the entity, with the commitment to progressively improve their quality of life and thus offer them a better future.
In this context, the Undersecretary of Social and Human Development Flix Fernndez Gonzlez was present, with the presence of Vctor Manuel Castro Coso, Secretary of Welfare and representative of the federal government; Fernando Aguilar Camarena, Deputy Manager of Construction Planning and Legal Representative of the CFE; Antonio Morales Laguna and head of the Divisional Legal department.