It is Édgar González who is hit by the avalanche of compensation that the Mazatlán City Council must attend to, which loses whatever lawsuit is filed against him. Paradoxically, the Municipal President who came to amend the grievances and bankruptcies of his predecessors, who restores transparency and brings the style of conciliation with the sectors and rapprochement with the offended, sees the snowball coming with surprising governmental apathy and legal permissibility former mayors shaped.
The morals received in Mazatlán are enough and compelling for Mayor Édgar González Zataráin to repeat or overlap the errors and administrative depravities of his predecessors in office, which have led the main southern municipality to financial losses that have an impact on the supply of better satisfiers to the population and, in addition, they give the idea of public servants who, one after the other, grab huge slices of the treasury and also receive the corresponding impunity bonus.
The municipality besieged by around a thousand lawsuits, some already resolved and others to be resolved, constitutes the archetype of failed building governments and kleptomaniac-looking bosses whose historical infeasibility must be decreed now. By disposing of public coffers for private benefit or that of their friends, they forgot the ethical litany that they recited without a shred of shame and that in popular action emphasizes the ultimatum of tying their hands and curbing the greed of persistent embezzlers.
Any municipe gets goosebumps upon learning that the Commune under his responsibility must pay 544 million pesos for resolutions in favor of individuals or companies that sued the City Council, and that the total amount of compensation can amount to 2 billion pesos, as announced on Saturday by González Zataráin, who receives in his hands a time bomb activated to shred municipal finances.
Perhaps the damages are difficult to avoid by mediating compensatory court orders in most cases, but what is possible to avoid has to do with the political cost that the Municipal President pays without owing or fearing it when he is in charge of the situation. which entails the social impact of allocating the budget to pay debts and diverting it from the essential function of improving the well-being of Mazatlecos.
In the least worst scenario, it is about committing almost double the spending allocated to public works in Mazatlán for 2023, of 285 million pesos, and in the catastrophic forecast, two thirds of the 3 billion pesos that the Cabildo approved would be required. act as graduates during the current year. Be careful with dismissing such prospects without the Government or the citizens adopting the forecasts to demolish them.
The normal thing would be to define the cycles in which the liabilities and causes were generated that, due to not being attended to on time, come to cause a crisis today. Make transparent the names of each Mayor who incurred in negligence and endorse the responsibility as a lesson to those who now and in the future take the commitment to govern. Go to legal instruments so that at least justice imposes the teaching of the lesson.
In Mazatlán, more than in other municipalities, for two decades we have witnessed the exhaustion of the governmental model based on social management, a tireless fight for collective well-being and never again a collector of personal fortune as the mainstay of citizen movements for rights and development. The turn towards tricky administrations, which with their hands on their waists compromise the public good, has led to at least 13 municipal presidents, including those elected and interim, since Alejandro Higuera Osuna took office and imposed the corrupt mold for the first time in the period 1999-2001.
From then on, there are ominous lapses in the performance of mayors, such as that of Jorge Rodríguez Pasos who turned the inauguration into the apelike style of attacking everything and everyone, including his wife being a victim, whom he physically assaulted. The PRI member Jorge Abel López Sánchez who managed to interrupt the maximum of “Diablo” Higuera but could not abstract himself from the modus operandi of the mayors of his party. Fernando Pucheta, also of tricolor manufacture, obtained the ominous award of “the worst misfortune for Mazatlán”, and Luis Guillermo Benítez, who ends up accumulating derogatory epithets and lawsuits.
But it is Édgar González who is approaching the avalanche of compensation that the Mazatlán City Council must attend to, which loses any lawsuit filed against him. Paradoxically, the Municipal President who came to amend the grievances and bankruptcies of his predecessors, who restores transparency and brings the style of conciliation with the sectors and rapprochement with the offended, sees the snowball coming with surprising governmental apathy and legal permissibility former mayors shaped.
The avalanche could already be seen coming and not even if the pound were removed, although it does have the compendium of mistakes into which PAN members, PRI members, PT members and Moren members fell, which can well be used as references of unrepeatable clumsiness in the present stage of transition towards the appropriate performance of the public function. And there are also the files of files in the courts so that instead of paying for the piper, the Mayor of Mazatlán forces his predecessors to sweep the house, wash the dishes and groom their tails.
Someone do the collection
To former mayors of Mazatlán,
Who stuck to the saying,
“He who does not compromise does not advance.”
If you search you will find
What was the recently extinguished Institute of Health for Well-being doing when the government of Quirino Ordaz Coppel was building the new General, Pediatric and Health Center hospitals in Culiacán, works to which today anomalies are found and which were previously classified as of Vanguard? What were they not part of the first world health care system, similar to that of Norway and Denmark, offered by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador?
Source: from Noroeste Mazatlán on 2023-05-23 04:18:00