Although during the work tables with state officials, PAN deputies questioned the proposals for a Public-Private Partnership to finance Line 4 (L4) and the expansion of the El Ahogado plant, the coordinator of the PAN in the state Congress, Claudia Murguía Torres, announced that her fraction will vote in favor of the initiatives.
“In the appearances we solved some doubts that we had and the bench will be voting in favor of the two initiatives”
“In the appearances we solved some doubts that we had and the bench will be voting in favor of the two initiatives,” he argued.
The legislator considered that it is the best alternative given the lack of federal resources to carry out the works. held that adding to the private initiative in public works opens the door to the possibility of new projects.
“This type of figures contribute a lot to the State for projects that are of the utmost importance. Involving private initiative in a scheme that is profitable for the State and profitable for them will always benefit everyone, otherwise these types of projects could not be consolidated and the door is opened for other projects where investment can play that role. private,” he said.
The baker recalled that the legislation contemplates that a citizen council be integrated that will monitor the public-private investment project to monitor the transparency and application of resources.
It is scheduled that this Thursday the legislative commissions and the plenary session of the state Congress will approve the two initiatives to authorize the state Executive Power to sign joint venture contracts of 38 years in the case of the L4 and for 20 years in the project to expand the capacity of the El Ahogado wastewater treatment plant.
It is outlined that the proposals would be approved with the votes in favor of Movimiento Ciudadano, Morena, PAN, PRI and Partido Verde. The faction of Hagamos anticipated its position against it.