Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- Considering that there could be a crime not only against users but against the japamait was ordered that, through the Internal Control Body, a research to clarify the alleged fertilizers given by residents of the Villa de Ahome on account of its debt and has not been reflected.
This was announced by Mayor Gerardo Vargas Landeros, who clarified that these agreements apparently made by residents of that area of the municipality were with the previous administration and Apparently there is nothing written to support it..
“First, make it very clear that it was not this administration, it was the previous one. It’s incredible but also how they make word agreements, from there it was already being seen that there was something unusual or illegal there. I already asked Raúl Pérez (general manager of Japama) and I told the secretary of the City Council to talk to the Internal Organ so that they could review and see where that money went because the organism did not enter, ”he indicated.
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Likewise, he pointed out that it is necessary that within this review process it be clarified if the neighbors of said syndicate delivered the subscription to the Sub-management of the locality or to a specific worker, in order to be able to act accordingly.
Meanwhile, he clarified that the paramunicipal will not act against the users until it is determined what happened, so he asked the users to be calm and approach the authorities of the Board to reach a agreement.
“The only thing I can tell you is that I asked the manager to give people peace of mind that they would not see an action by us against them reflected, such as cutting off their water, we cannot do that, we cannot attack against that circumstance but we are going to review it”.
He added, “we will review it and if there are people and witnesses who say that they gave the money to such a person, they (users) will have to file the complaint and we will support them as a government and as a para-municipal because in the end they gave it to Japama and if not They reported it, a crime was committed,” he added.
Finally, the official said that so far there is no information on another community in the same situation, reiterating that it will be reviewed and the final consequences will be reached.
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“We are going to see what comes out to see what type of sanction we are going to request, we are going to make written agreements because it is the right thing to do and I assure you that with better circumstances than the previous ones did. The first thing is that I am going to give them water, I am going to give them quality water and the necessary pressures and the efficiency in terms of quality and service is totally abysmal compared to how we are giving it right now, in favor of them.”
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