The Secretary General of the Government, Catalino Zavala Márquez, attended the ceremony to renew the board of directors of Grupo Unidos por Tijuana, endorsing the importance of the plurality of ideas and joint work.
Representing the governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, the official celebrated the existence of groups such as Unidos por Tijuanawhich offers spaces for the abundance of ideas, opinions, debates and reflections on topics of interest to the city, as well as for participation and contributions for the benefit of the community.
Zavala Márquez added that the current administration is based on democratic policiesof openness, inclusion and recognition of diversity, creating strength in collaboration with different sectors of society, responding to the co-responsibility of all.
For his part, the mayor of Tijuana, Montserrat Caballero Ramírez, is the protester of the new steering committee, led by José Antonio Serratos García as president, Clara Esthela Delgado as technical secretary and German Ariel Soto as treasurer, whom he congratulated for the great work they had begun.
Finally, The members of the presidium presented the recognitions of the former presidents of the group, which is a non-profit civil association that seeks the participation of all sectors of the population through dialogue.Present were the president of the Superior Court of Justice of the State Judiciary Council, Judge Alejandro Isaac Fragoso López; Representative Evelyn Sánchez, who represents the Congress of Baja California; Infantry Colonel Marco Antonio Mendoza Mendoza, representing General Francisco Javier Zubia González, Commander of the Second Military Zone in Tijuana, at the Secretariat of National Defense; as well as the outgoing president of the United Group for Tijuana, Álvaro Montaño.