To harmonize local legislation with federal legislation to create the State Atlas of Vulnerability to Climate Change, representative Karla Rodríguez Palacios presented an initiative to reform the Climate Change Law in the State of Puebla.
In an ordinary session, the Board of Directors reported on the initiative of the deputy, who defined the State Atlas of Vulnerability to Climate Change as a structured and systematic set of maps that show the vulnerability to climate change and guide the implementation of strategies within the process of planning and adaptation in the state and municipalities.
The proposal states that it is with the Secretariat, in that matter, to prepare, update, publish, and use the State Atlas of Risks and the State Adaptation Policy based on the criteria issued for this purpose by the federation, taking into account the information from the National and State Atlas of Vulnerability to Climate Change, while the City Councils are responsible for collaborating with the General Coordination of Civil Protection of the State in preparing and updating the State Risk Atlas.
As part of the reform, it has been shown that actions will be taken into account to adapt to climate change, including the preparation and updating of the State Atlas of Vulnerability to Climate Change and the preparation and updating of the State Atlas of Risks, taking into account information from the State Atlas of Vulnerability to Climate Change.
The initiative seeks to reform sections IX and X of Article 13 and XX and XXI of Article 17 and the addition of fractions II Bis of Article 4, XV Bis of Article 11, XI of Article 13 and XXII and XXIII of Article 17 and the Climate Change Act of the State of Puebla, returned to the Commission on Environment, Natural Resources, and Climate Change.
In general matters, the Board of Directors reported the initiative of Deputy Laura Zapata Martínez to reform sections LXIX and LXX and add section LXXI to Article 78 of the Municipal Organic Law to establish that the City Councils have their powers to promote public policies with a comprehensive approach that addresses the different forms of migration, taking into account the structural factors and their effects, as well as the conduct of promotion, dissemination, and protection campaigns in favor of migrants.
The initiative was handed over to the Municipal Affairs Commission for study and an appropriate resolution.
He also noticed the initiative by deputy Jorge Estefan Chidiac to reform Article 2 of the Housing Law for the State of Puebla, with the purpose of establishing that a decent house will be considered if it complies with elements such as providing the occupants with security and legal certainty regarding its ownership. and legitimate ownership, and quality standards are considered in the materials used.
In addition, the house has enough spaces in relation to the number of inhabitants, which allows the enjoyment of personal, family, and community unity and development, with equipment, basic and complementary services, and public spaces.
Also, it has structural security, hygienic conditions to avoid health risks, to resist climate change (cold, humidity, heat, rain, and wind), to prevent natural and human disasters, and physical protection and safety for residents from potentially aggressive elements.
As well as showing that it cannot be built in places with high risk, it should not be located in contaminated, architectural, or urban-planningly dangerous areas. The legislative proposal was submitted to the Housing Commission for study and an appropriate resolution.
Similarly, he realized the initiative by Deputy Guadalupe Leal Rodríguez to reform Article 30, Section B, Section II, and IV of the Income Law of the State of Puebla for Fiscal Year 2024, with the purpose of reducing the cost of processing duplicate driver’s licenses in Puebla.
The initiative shows that, currently, the costs of this method From 270 pesos to 1,415 pesos, the representative suggested that the method of issuing a duplicate, in case of theft or loss of licenses, has a cost of 100 pesos in different ways.
The proposal of the deputy was passed on to the Municipal Finance and Heritage Commission for its study and proper resolution.