José Vásquez will prioritize developing 10 work vertices in Guárico

From the headquarters of the National Electoral Council (CNE) located in San Juan de los Morros, capital of the Guárico state, the Regional Electoral Board proclaimed and delivered credentials to José Vásquez, reelected governor in the entity, as well as to legislators and regional legislators of the Great Patriotic Pole, adjudicating the respective positions after obtaining the victory in the electoral elections of November 21.

«What is coming is prosperity for Guarico. In the midst of the difficulties, we have already built the foundations of development, "said Vásquez, referring to the beginning of a new stage of governance where unity, prosperity and attention to the people will be basic principles in the priority work to be developed in 10 vertices.

Meanwhile, he reiterated the provision of articulated work with political maturity and responsibility together with the 15 mayors of the entity from the different political flags for the governance of the people and respond to the needs. 

"Each mayor and mayoress must attend to the municipal problems that are their competence, and if they do not assume them, from the governor's office we will be acting for the people," he said.

He added that in the next few days the first meeting will be held with the 15 elected mayors and mayors, together with the reelected governor to begin the presentation of the government plan and determine the methodologies of action, adding that the activation of the Governing Council, both state and municipal, is foreseen.

Likewise, the proclamation of the mayors and mayors was reported: Donald Donaire for the Francisco de Miranda municipality; Ramón Piñango, Leonardo Infante municipality; José Ortega, Santa María de Ipire municipality; Luis Berrueta, José Félix Ribas municipality; Pedro Solorzano for the José Tadeo Monagas municipality; Julio Yanez in San José de Guaribe, being these the standard bearers of the GPP; while for the opposition Raúl Carballo in the Juan José Rondón municipality. All of them with their respective councilors.

 

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