Maru Campos • Forbes Politics • Forbes Mexico

CHIHUAHUA, Chihuahua.- María Eugenia (Maru) Campos Galván, Governor of Chihuahua, He affirmed that they have already begun to tidy up the house, since they were granted a loan of 800 million pesos to pay the payroll, the pension of the retirees and the debts with the suppliers.

“They granted us a short-term loan of 800 million pesos, with an interest rate at half of what had been given with the previous government and the outgoing administration of Javier Corra Jurado,” said the former municipal president of Chihuahua.

“The finances of the state are deeply compromised, so I ask for your patience and from all Chihuahuas, but I want to make it clear that we are already in an intense work of financial reengineering to put order in the house and make the projects viable,” said the Master in International Relations and Government graduated from Georgetown University.

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He added that the credit granted to the government of Chihuahua, which will be paid in 12 months, helps us to give air to the state and we can pay the first fortnight of payroll and pensioners,

The financing, which was tendered between the 7 most important banks in Mexico and the world, gives air to the government of Chihuahua, since it will have the financial resources to pay a good number of providers, said the graduate in Law ITESM Chihuahua.

“The humanist governments of National Action are the best ranked in the polls of municipal presidents,” recalled Maru Campos, who was invited to the protest of Marco Antonio Bonilla Mendoza, municipal president of Chihuahua.

The inauguration of the mayor who emerged from the ranks of the PAN had as guests María Eugenia Campos Galván, governor of Chihuahua, as well as Patricio Martínez, José Reyes Baeza Terrazas, former state governors, businessmen dedicated to the construction industry and manufacture.

The president emerged from the ranks of the PAN recalled that the first places always competed with the municipal presidents of Querétaro, Luis Bernardo Nava Guerrero, and that of Saltillo, Manolo Jiménez Salinas.

“They gave us a mandate to tirelessly fight for the common good, their families, their health, their businesses, the municipality of Chihuahua and the entire State,” said Maru Campos.

The management of Marco Antonio Bonilla Mendoza will be remarkably successful, since he knows the terrain and there is hope sown, as well as results have already been reaped, he added.

The legacy of Marco Antonio Bonilla Mendoza, as director of Human Development and Education, was to break the stigmas of support and sought the development of Chihuahuas, said the two-time municipal president of Chihuahua.

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Marco Antonio Bonilla takes a municipal government with zero debts with the commercial and development band, as well as with the best credit ratings in Mexico, said the PAN.

“Maru Campos and Marco Bonilla will not fail them and I say it in my own home and in the place where I was born, grew up and had the opportunity to study in the capital, as well as I had the honor to govern and where is one of the cities. most important cities in Chihuahua and the country ”, concluded Maru Campos.

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