MEXICO CITY. Opposition mayors grouped in the UCouncil of Mayors of Mexico City (UNACDMX) they met yesterday with representatives of the business sector with the intention of, together, to promote the economic reactivation.
In the meeting with the so-called G9 of the CDMX, the elected mayors Lía Limón, from Álvaro Obregón; Santiago Taboada, from Benito Juárez; Giovani Gutiérrez, from Coyoacán; Sandra Cuevas, from Cuauhtémoc; Luis Gerardo Quijano, from La Magdalena Contreras; Mauricio Tabe, from Miguel Hidalgo, and Alfa González, from Tlalpan. In addition to the president of the PAN in the capital, Andrés Atayde.
The mayors presented their economic program proposals.
For example, Cuevas proposed creating a dialogue table to promote employment and investment in Cuauhtémoc, with meetings on the first Monday of each month, in order to evaluate progress in the generation of job sources, economic reactivation and security for entrepreneurs. and consumers.
Taboada pointed out that the priority of his government in Benito Juárez is to push the economic reactivation hand in hand with the business sector.
Tabe offered the IP to install a service window in Miguel Hidalgo to eradicate corruption and facilitate procedures and procedures for the opening and proper operation of business.
BATRES HIGHLIGHTS MEETINGS
The meetings with the elected mayors will continue, assured yesterday the Secretary of Government, Martí Batres, who has already had meetings with Adrián Rubalcava, from Cuajimalpa; Mauricio Tabe, from Miguel Hidalgo, and Sandra Cuevas, from Cuauhtémoc.
They have been meetings in general terms. They are the first approaches to establish dialogue and a channel for dialogue; Each of them has raised very different things and, of course, they are interested in arriving in the best conditions to exercise their powers as new mayors, to have a good relationship with Mexico City, with the government, with the various areas of government. ”, Commented Batres.
THE G9 OF CDMX
The mayors met with representatives of the following organizations:
Employers’ Confederation of the Mexican Republic of the CDMX National Chamber of Commerce National Chamber of Commerce in Small, Services and Tourism Mexican Chamber of the Construction Industry National Association of Self-service and Department Stores Association of Real Estate Developers Association of Hotels of the CDMX Association Mexican Travel Agencies National Chamber of the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry
* In the following link you will find the latest news