Generate opportunities for young people, care for the environment, insecurity and violence against women; were some of the issues addressed by the members of the youth parliament held in the Jalisco Congress. The participants in the exercise asked the political parties to open more spaces for participation.
Youth MP, Itzel Aquino Delgadoproposed improving strategies to prevent dropouts and violence in schools, said that the needs of young people and the factors that lead them to get involved in criminal acts should be identified
youth legislator, Mark Antony Parraproposed generating tax incentives for companies that hire recently graduated students or those who are in the final stage of their career.
In her speech, the youth deputy, Lydia Aguilar Martin, urged to address the problem of pregnancy in adolescence and its consequences. He proposed carrying out information campaigns for prevention.
Mary Guadalupe Reynosoproposed reforms to promote water care, improvements in treatment plants and the efficient use of the liquid.
Mental health care was the topic he addressed, Iliana Sahagun Murillo in his speech. He requested to facilitate the treatment of those who suffer from depression or any other condition related to mental health.
In its turn, Angel Ernesto Cuevas Ocegueda, referred to the need to recognize diverse youth and proposed creating the State Council for the Culture of Peace.
The conservation of native languages, the teaching of Mexican sign language and recycling were other points touched on in the proposals made by the young parliamentarians.
Congress of Jalisco Insecurity Deputies
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