TIJUANA. – Less than a month ago, it was a file Governor Governor Jaime Bonilla I signed a debt of 3 billion pesos which he approved Congress Locally, now he’s asking for money borrowed, borrowed to me municipalities.
The request came to light when Trade leaked Addressed to Rosarito beachesسار, one of the five city halls The state, not counting the two that were created recently and still don’t have Cabildo.
After that, the president of Moreno argued in his daily broadcast on social networks that he needed cash.
He justified this, accompanied by the Minister of Finance, Adalberto Gonzalez Higuera, “It is not a situation other than the influx, which has a flow to pay the necessities, and we also have settlements for teachers.”
The secretary did not indicate whether these loans The law allows it, they asked publicly lawyersAnd the Academics s NGOs in the state, and did not specify the amount or to any of them municipalities they asked borrowed, borrowed.
What you do mention is that this seventh month of the year is the last month that the Bonilla Valdez administration has to cover short-term loans, to which these loans will be added. loans Exceptional.
“It’s the hardest month to manage Governor Governor Jaime BonillaAs it is the last month for short-term liquidation, it is another concern of the Chambers of Commerce,” the Baja California Finance Minister acknowledged.
Tijuana ready to lend
The Tijuana Municipal Treasurer, Olga Angelica Alcala Pescador, has informed through the Department of Social Communication that the Government of Baja California, through the Ministry of Finance, has requested support through a coordination agreement for provisional liquidity in the amount of $380,000,000.00 (three hundred eighty million pesos one million) . With the aim of addressing the economic conditions that put pressure on the executive branch in the state, a request will be submitted with a commitment to pay by July 30 this year.
On the part of the accounting department of the municipal treasury, this department was reported to have financial authority; That is, it is in a position to grant the required support from its own resources, as long as there is prior approval from the Municipal Building Authority.
The legal feasibility is currently being reviewed by the technical bodies of the 23rd Tijuana City Council, and work is underway on a coordination agreement to provide financial support to the state government. The said document must also be reviewed and approved by the Tijuana City Council.
For the current administration, headed by Mayor, Carla Patricia Ruiz MacFarland, transparency is a priority issue, as it is one of the four axes of government identified in the Municipal Development Plan 2020-2021.
Debts to be paid before departure
According to the Single Public Register of Finance and Obligations of Federal Entities and municipalitiesMinistry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP), Jaime Bonilla He has 12 of these من current obligations You must pay 90 days before departure.
a dozen of loans A total of 3 thousand 30 million pesos, as of March 31 there were still payments of more than 2000 million pesos.
all of these Request for credits Between November 2020 and March of this year, they were registered under the justification of “covering deficiencies of a temporary nature”.
SHCP’s public data also proves that two of these credits, totaling 500 million pesos, must be covered no later than July 22.
Gonzalez Higuera added that in addition to these short-term debts, teachers this month must cover liabilities in excess of one billion pesos, including salary and retroactive increases.
At the moment, the only municipality that has taken the case to Cabildo is Rosarito beachesسار, where 34 million pesos has already been approved for the government Jaime Bonillawho presents to city halls The option to pay them for work or goods.
“We will settle those debts, there is no need for uncertainty about that. The state will have the resources to settle these 34 million pesos debts,” the finance minister said.
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