Prior to the vote on the initiative on the financial scheme to carry out Line 4 (L4) of the electric train, the parliamentary fractions established positions for and against the proposal.
The coordinator of Hagamos, Mara Robles Villasenor, affirmed that they did not present the executive project, nor the comparative cost-benefit analysis of the proposal. He insisted that hiring a bank loan would be less expensive than the public-private partnership.
The president of the Mobility Commission, Mónica Magaña Mendozamaintained that the construction of L4 will contribute to the respect of the rights of thousands of people who live in the southern zone of the Guadalajara Metropolitan Area.
In its turn, the deputy of Hagamos, Enrique Velázquez Gonzálezspecified that his party’s opposition is not to the mobility project, but to the fact that the alternatives for financing the work have not been analyzed.
the emecist Claudia Salas Rodríguez, president of the Finance Commission, insisted that the project file complied with all the requirements established by law; He highlighted that its cost will be less than Line 3.
By the PRI faction the deputy, Verónica Flores Pérez, warned that there was a lack of information about the project, although in the appearance of state officials they clarified some doubts. Despite the questions, he said that the PRI seeks to add and will be vigilant of the project.
Claudia Murguia Torres, president of the PAN caucussaid that they support the project to pay for the solutions, said that whoever promoted this figure must assume responsibility for the future of the scheme.
In its turn, Susana de la Rosa Hernández of the Future partyjustified his abstention vote with the argument that he supports the intention of the works, but does not agree that an open parliament exercise has not been carried out.
The coordinator of the Citizen Movement faction, Gerardo Quirino Velázquez Chávez, underscored the importance of the L4 for people who live or work in Tlajomulco. He highlighted the work carried out in legislative commissions to rule on the initiatives.
“Is it the most desirable scheme? Maybe not. What if we are most sure that it is the possible scheme at this moment, ”he commented.
No legislator from Morena or the Green Party set a position on the issue.
The benches of Movimiento Ciudadano, Morena, PAN, PRI and Partido Verde voted in favor of the initiative. The two legislators from Hagamos spoke against it and the deputy from Futuro abstained.
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