In 2022, the Government of Jalisco will contribute 405 million pesos to the University of Guadalajara (UdeG) more than its share, according to the agreement with the Federation; assured the Secretary of the Treasury Juan Partida. The official said that the agreement establishes that the Federal Government contributes 52% and the state Government 48%; for next year the Federation will deliver 6 thousand 614 million for the operation of the University while the local administration will contribute 6 thousand 510 million pesos.
Additionally, they consider 228 million for educational infrastructure; 7 million for the Guadalajara Film Festival; 2 million for the International Book Fair and one million for the Papirolas festival.
As the governor anticipated, the spending project does not consider funds for the construction of the Museum of Environmental Sciences, which is part of the University Cultural Center promoted by former rector Raúl Padilla López.
They are due to an increase in public investment
For public investment, the state budget project raises 14 thousand 814 million, from this bag 3 thousand 931 million pesos will come out to rehabilitate highways and roads, 500 million pesos from the Municipal Development Fund (Fondereg); 500 million from the Common Competitive Fund, the same amount will have the Metropolitan Investment Fund. The continuation of the construction of the Civil Hospital of Tonalá has one hundred million and works for paving stones in municipalities another one hundred million pesos.
The head of the state Ministry of Finance specified that the resources for public investment do not include remnants of the credits approved for works, he said that this year they are fully exercised.
They will expand rainwater harvesting program
In the area of water and sanitation, the projection of spending for next year contains one hundred million to rehabilitate water treatment plants in the Metropolitan Area of Guadalajara; The same amount was labeled for the drilling of extraction wells and a further one hundred million for pumping units in the San Nicolás river basin. To expand the rainwater harvesting program, 80 MDP is labeled. There are one hundred million for the operation of wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) that discharge to the Santiago River and 45 million for the WWTP that discharge to Lake Chapala.
The proposal of the state Executive Power does not consider the funds that it could contribute in case the Federal Government guarantees resources to resume the works of the El Zapotillo dam and actions to guarantee the supply of water for the Metropolitan Area of Guadalajara.