Ecology, Education and Animals, Priorities of Vallarta Children’s Council

Javier Frias - Quadratin Jalisco
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May 20, 2022




The members of the Cabildo Infantil Vallarta (Vallarta Children's Council) protested this week and proposed, among other things, to increase the preservation of the environment, beaches and mountains, greater security, spaces of recreation, more and better schools, well-paid jobs, as well as care and protection of animals.

Led by Sofía Guillermina Ortiz Rodríguez, the Trustee Iker Alejandro Ramírez Fuentes, the councilors Ivvana Livier Martínez Sánchez, Santiago Macias Quintero, Ángel Zepeda González, Andrés Alejandro Arreola Gutiérrez, Valeria Montserrat Hernández Chavarín, Daniel Galvan Cervantes, Maya María Martínez Klaissner, Olimpya Ennid Juárez Bustos, Kendra Yael Martínez Rivera, Javier Emiliano Castillo Médanos, Mariana Gómez Montes, Aldrin Agustín Bañuelos Palacios, Alison Camila Rubio Yerena and Abel Bolaños Anguiano, protested before the plenary session of the Vallarta City Council headed by Mayor Luis Alberto Michel Rodríguez.

In the development of the session of the Children's Council, the Children's Secretary Juan Alberto Mesa, read the agenda, in which the proposals of the members of this Council were presented.

Among the proposals of the members of the Children's Council, safety, decent children's spaces, cleaning of public areas, more parks and gardens, as well as animal care stand out, including the creation of an animal hospital.

In the same way, aware of their environment, the children's councilors also proposed more and better well-paid employees, care and protection for women, scholarships and food support for them, as well as unity among Vallartans.

The mayor of Vallarta, trustee and aldermen, recognized the proposals of the children’s councilors, assuring that they will be taken into account as part of the child participation mechanism.

See the original at Quadratin Jalisco

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This article was translated from Spanish using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process.

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