This is what the Democratic Revolution Party says about the governor’s trip to Canada

state leader PRDFrancisco Javier Cabrera Sandoval critical to me Governor of TabascoCarlos Manuel Merino, for not reaching agreements with Canada and France for a generation Jobs in the entity.

At a press conference, the party leader spoke about The head of state’s tour in CanadaWhere he signed educational and cultural exchange agreements with the University of Calgary.

However, a member of the Democratic Revolution Party pointed out that the population It requires investments to secure a jobHe also emphasized that the Olmecati refinery project in Dos Bocas, Paraiso, did not deliver on promises to improve the quality of life for Tabasco residents.

“A few days ago, Merino Campos went to Canada to sign cultural and educational agreements with the government of that country. It’s not a bad idea, but in Tabasco, what we need in these times of crisis is investments to generate jobs, because unfortunately we continue to rank as a national disgrace in unemployment. “.

Similarly, Cabrera Sandoval referred to the agreement between the Tabasco government and the French Embassy that Gallo language in public schoolsThe Democratic Revolution Party insisted that more jobs should be created.

“A few days ago, Merino Campos, with his already famous drum and cymbal, announced that a cooperation agreement had been signed with France so that French lessons would be taught in schools, imagine, thinking about teaching French lessons in our schools, personally. I think it’s not bad but I repeat The priority should be economic, not educational or cultural.”

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