Approved list of public works of the state government
They will not sell goods
Although in its Revenue Law the state Executive considers raising resources for the alienation of public goods, in the Catalog of Public Policies and Transcendental Governmental Acts that they sent to the Electoral and Citizen Participation Institute (IEPAC), they stated that they would not sell any goods, which which was the subject of discussion, although in the end this list was approved by a majority.
In the extraordinary session of the State Electoral Council, where it was approved by a majority to publish said catalog, it was recalled that in the event that the Executive, Judicial or Legislative Power, as well as the municipalities decide to carry out any work or government action that is not contained in this list, it can be submitted to a plebiscite, so that the citizens can decide.
Unlike previous years in which 100% of the municipalities had complied with delivering their corresponding catalogue, this time eight municipalities did not comply with this obligation, although which ones were not reported.
Erica Moreno, representative of the PRD, and electoral counselor Jorge Vallejo Buenfil agreed that while in this catalog the State Executive in subparagraph f states that this year public domain assets are not considered to be disincorporated, in the State Congress officials of the state administration affirmed that there would be.
They even recalled that in the Executive Income Law they have a section where they estimate to capture resources for the alienation of assets, and for that they first have to disincorporate them.
Therefore, they proposed that a clarification of this point be requested, but it was not finally approved, since the other councilors voted against, so that the catalog be published as it arrived.
On the contrary, a call was made to the citizens to go check these lists and find out about the actions proposed by their authorities, so that if they consider it so they can request a plebiscite and exercise their right to decide regarding the works or actions included in the document, which has been public since yesterday on the Iepac website.
In accordance with the law, it will also be disseminated in some printed media with the largest circulation in the state on January 16 and 23, through a notice in which anyone who wishes to consult it in its complete version is sent to the page www.iepac.mx, where you can access, download and know in detail.
In the event that citizens do not agree with any of the works or actions listed (or if they later try to carry out one that is not in said catalog), they can request to submit to a plebiscite and they have from January 23 to 21 February to request it in the municipalities, but for a state one it runs from January 23 to March 8 next.—
Session List of public works
Yesterday in the Iepac the Catalog of Public Policies and Transcendental Governmental Acts was approved.
For the performance of works that are not listed in the document, citizens can request a plebiscite and in the case of acts or actions of the municipalities, the participation of 10% of those registered in the Nominal List of Electors will be required, in the municipalities that they have up to three thousand citizens; 8% in those with up to 5 thousand; 6% where there are up to 10 thousand citizens; 4% with up to 20 thousand; 3% with up to 50 thousand and 2% in municipalities with more than 50 thousand citizens, such as Mérida.
In the case of acts or actions of the State Executive with an impact on the entire state territory, 2% of those registered in the entity’s Nominal List of Electors will be required.
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