Jhonny and Arce exchange compliments and seal agreements in the honor session of the Council

Jhonny and Arce exchange compliments and seal agreements in the honor session of the Council

September 22, 2022, 23:28 PM

September 22, 2022, 23:28 PM

The Honor session of the Santa Cruz Municipal Council was the stage used by the president, Luis Arce, and the mayor, Johnny Fernández, to give each other compliments that led them to advance the realization of projects for the municipality, ranging from the second phase of Bol-110, to the delivery of the nuclear medicine center.

“Keep working brother mayor for Santa Cruzthat the commitment to this department is demonstrated with deeds, with works and with results, aimed at improving the quality of life of all Cruceños and rest assured that the hard-working people of Cruceño know how to recognize it”, said the head of state in his speech.

The presidential speech in the honorary session of the Municipal Council of Santa Cruz had three ingredients: Arce listed statistics, announced projects; but he avoided talking about the census despite the request of the president of the mayor’s deliberative entity, Israel Alcócer and the decorated, Julio Kempff Suárez.

75% of President Luis Arce’s speech, which lasted 35 minutes, was full of figures and data on growth, projects and investmentsthe last nine minutes were dedicated to highlighting the work of Mayor Johnny Fernández.

the municipal authority, thanked the Government for its support when describing the purchase of Kuaa computers and how he agreed with the Executive for the delivery of these controversial equipment. While the president advanced the investment amounts of the UPRE.

“With the Special Projects Unit (UPRE) we have concluded and delivered 29 projects in Santa Cruz, for an amount of more than 239 million Bolivians so far in our management, and with great joy I want to announce that UPRE has already committed resources in 51 projects in municipalities of Santa Cruz, for an amount of more than 500 million Bolivians”, advanced the president.

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