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Tamaulipas advances in the recovery of its greatness: Cabeza de Vaca

Governor 4th Government Report to the State Congress, Tamaulipas society and Governors, Senators and invited Legislators.


March 7 of the 2020

Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas.- The Governor, Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, delivered this Saturday its Fourth Government Report to the members of the LXIV Legislature of the H. Congress of the State of Tamaulipas, and sent a message to representatives of the entity's civil society.

For the only time, the Governor delivered to Congress a Report that contemplated only the last three months of the previous year, derived from the reform made by the Legislative Power to the Political Constitution of Tamaulipas, which establishes as of this year that said exercise will be made during the first fifteen days of the month of March, and it will be reported what was done during the previous year.

The president highlighted the progress made in the entity in terms of public safety, social welfare and sustainable economic development, axes on which the State Development Plan 2016-2022 is built, and which have led to the progress of the state.

"On that basis, we define, as a strategic government objective, to recover peace and prosperity for Tamaulipas," and added that "we design programs and actions to respond to citizens' approaches. Through this strategy we are changing an obsolete regime, by one of wills and actions to build a better future ».

In the Security axis, he highlighted the progress in the recruitment, selection, training, specialization and professionalization of police officers, increasing the number of State Police elements by 80 percent.

Announced the beginning of the installation of a network of more than 4 thousand video surveillance cameras throughout the state that, together with the Tam Service Stations, will provide more security for Tamaulipas families.

The actions taken to strengthen the police forces and the strategies applied, have achieved the reduction of high-impact crimes such as kidnapping, by 80 percent, and others in percentages shortly before.

The Governor emphasized that according to the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System, Tamaulipas is located at site 23, indicating that it is one of the states with the lowest crime rates.

Regarding social welfare, García Cabeza de Vaca He highlighted the attention given to more than 1.4 million people through the program United by Tamaulipas, which aims to reduce crime, addressing its social causes, investing in paving, cleaning, urban beautification and home improvement actions, as well as in the repair and reconstruction of spaces for sports and recreation.

He highlighted the participation of the Tamaulipas DIF System in the attention to the most vulnerable sectors and acknowledged the delivery that his wife, the President of that organization, Marianna Gómez de García, had in that regard Cabeza de Vaca and your team.

In economic development, the president made mention of how a Foreign Direct Investment of more than 5 billion dollars in less than 4 years, has placed Tamaulipas in the fifth national position and also the fifth export force of the country.

It also presented the positive numbers in the field of tourism, achieving a growth of 86 percent in the number of visitors in 3 years and the installation of new wind farms, going from one that operated in 2016 to nine today.

The report ceremony was attended by Lázaro Cárdenas Batel as representative of the President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador; the governors of Baja California Sur, Carlos Mendoza Davis; Durango, José Rosas Aispuro Torres; Guanajuato, Diego Sinhue Rodríguez; Querétaro, Francisco Domínguez Servién; Quintana Roo, Carlos Manuel Joaquín González; and Yucatán, Mauricio Vidal Dosal.

He was also accompanied by his wife, Mariana Gómez de García Cabeza de Vaca; her children, Mariana, Sofía, Lourdes, Jean Carlo, Sergio, Ana Sofía and Valentina; the President of the National Executive Committee of the National Action Party, Marko Cortés Mendoza; Senators, local deputies, representatives of business organizations.

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