The director of the high school 9, Ramon Balpuesta Perezsaid that education is always a priority for the construction of society, and added that the governor of the State is wrong because he does not want to dialogue with the University of Guadalajara.
“We have no other alternative than to take to the streets in the face of the closure of an insensitive government that does not listen to us. When he needed our support we were always there, now he turns his back on us. Another requirement is that society demands insecurity and violence, that is what they should focus on instead of attacking an institution that benefits Jalisco.”
In turn, the director of the Regional High School of Ciudad Guzmán, Carlos Márquez Villarreal explained that the state president has not only defrauded the student community but has also done so with those who gave him their vote.
“We have received mistreatment by a governor who was studying in our classrooms, It is not fair that a budget that was already assigned to us be taken from us. That is why our march is just to demand what belongs to us by right”.
For his part, the director of the Zacoalco de Torres Regional High School, Sergio Aguilar Moncayostated that the social claim is becoming stronger, because this state administration has increased the debt and has distanced itself from the citizens.
“It is evident that people are upset with Alfaro, his behavior as a ruler leaves much to be desired, he has become authoritarian against those who dare to criticize him”.
In the same way, the director of the Regional High School of Autlán de Navarro, Álvaro Ocampo Carrascoargued that a government should not act with threats or whims on issues involving education.
“We want the governor to reason, to do what is right and fair. It can’t be possible to be putting at risk the educational future of the next generations”.
Finally, the director of the Tamazula Regional High School, Francisco Javier Álvarez Chávezbelieved that the governor should put an end to the controversy and return the resource to the UdeG.
“It should not be possible that the resource that belongs to all Jalisco residents be handled in a discretionary and partisan manner.”