Mañanitas will have drinking water and the arrival of the Metro, Mulino promised

The town of Mañanitas will have guaranteed drinking water and its population will once again have better days with the extension of the metro, more chen chen and security in the streets, the presidential candidate for the Realizing Goals and Alliance parties, José Raúl Mulino, reiterated yesterday during a tour with sympathizers and candidates of the “Alliance to Save Panama.”

Mulino, accompanied by the president of the Alianza party and candidate for deputy José “Pepe” Muñoz and the candidate for mayor of Panama Sergio “Chello” Gálvez, said that one of the great projects that will be given priority in his government is the construction of the Bayano water treatment plant, which will ensure that all communities in Panama East receive drinking water service 24/7.

The presidential candidate once again pointed out that the lack of drinking water is a problem that is replicated in almost the entire country, which is why the Martinelli-Mulino work formula has committed to finding a solution efficiently, and this implies subjecting the Institute of National Aqueducts and Sewers (IDAAN) to a restructuring, isolating it from party politics.

The community of Mañanitas will also benefit from an extension of the Panama Metro to Paso Blanco and a branch to La Siesta. This will allow this population to have an efficient mass transportation system and will improve their quality of life.

Mulino indicated that the Martinelli government had already shown that things could be done and “we will do it well again” so that Panama once again has a thriving and leading economy in the Latin American region.

The young people of the town of Mañanitas will also benefit from the “largest” first job program that will be carried out in the country, in conjunction with private companies.

Mulino pointed out that this proposal and the start of large projects such as the road rehabilitation program will help reduce unemployment and achieve, once again, the so-called full employment as was done in the Martinelli government.

José Raúl Mulino, in addition to his walk, previously visited some houses in order to learn about the situation that families in Las Mañanitas are going through, the common denominator being the lack of water and unemployment, among other problems; being accompanied by Margarita Vásquez.

The presidential candidate will participate this Wednesday in a gathering in the afternoon in the paid area of ​​La Siesta in Tocumen starting at 5 pm

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