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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

They ask for majority of citizens in Councils



THE CENTURY OF TORREÓN

The Lagunero Council of the Private Initiative (CLIP) will request the conformation of the Payroll Tax Trust and of most State Councils with a minimum participation of public officials, as well as the digitalization of all the services provided by the State Government, order to fight corruption.
Juan Antonio Sifuentes Terrazas, president of CLIP, said that they will be open to have the necessary and prudent approach with the government of Miguel Ángel Riquelme, keeping a healthy distance to deal with the issues that were addressed during the campaign.

"One of the main issues is the conformation of the trust of the ISN, in which, participate with the majority of citizen organizations and be the minimum participation of public servants, so that in a lift hands do not drag the officials, and when making proposals and assignments, be the best possible, "he said.

He said that the page will be turned around in terms of the problems that were presented in the current state government with respect to the management of the ISN.

"We also ask for the digitalization of all the services provided by the government, because this removes the handling of all the information that is handled in the dependencies, and by eliminating the handling, part of the corruption is eliminated, which is what when the demand for services passes through different hands, "he said.

He said that until the names of the new officials of the next state and municipal government are announced, they will give the benefit of the doubt to the incoming procedures.
THE CENTURY OF TORREÓN / Fabiola P. Canedo

Requests

They want to improve.
⇒ They will request the formation of the Payroll Tax Trust and of most of the State Councils with a minimum participation of public officials.
⇒ They call for digitalization of all the services provided by the state government, in order to fight corruption.

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