President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador revealed that Rogelio Cabrera, archbishop of Monterrey and president of the Conference of the Mexican Episcopate (CEM) has visited him at the National Palace to talk about the problem of water scarcity in Nuevo León.
In the Treasury room of the National Palace, López Obrador assured that in addition to the Catholic leader, it has also received leaders of evangelical churches in the historic enclosure.
“Many people from the Churches who have come to see me, both from the Evangelical Churches and the Catholic Church. The bishop responsible for the episcopate, Rogelio Cabrera, who is a very sensitive man. And many people who are helping,” he said.
this morning soon press conference “morning”President López Obrador signed a decree to supply water to the metropolitan area of Monterrey, Nuevo León, for up to 10 years.
The federal president pointed out that in the face of this problem, people with fewer resources are the most affected.
“The poor population is being affected more, those who do not have water lines, do not have infrastructure and have to carry water in trucks. So, We are going to reinforce the support, some additional measures are going to be taken and today we are going to sign a decree for that purpose”said.
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