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CCE Mexicali Supports Companies and Organizations in Their Complaints Against CESPM Arbitrations


The Mexicali Business Coordinating Council fully supports business organizations and businesses that have been affected by actions by the authority outside the legal framework. This is due to the fact that, since the beginning of the 2019 pandemic, there have been various cases and in recent weeks the suspensions of the water supply to companies by the State Public Services Commission of Mexicali have been exponential, acts that have been without adherence to due process.

A series of cases have been registered where the CESPM has failed in its actions by arbitrarily requiring various companies, issues such as the demand for the collection of contributions and fees, difficulties with meters, volumes of unaccounted for water, among many others, in which the authority is not able to give certainty or clarity of what is happening, since the collections are made without the possibility of having a legitimate defense, and are made by establishing peremptory deadlines of up to 72 hours to make the payments that are being requested all this without an inspection order involved, as established in article 16 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States.

In the same vein, the members of the Mexicali Business Coordinating Council, call on the authority to attend to requests and make decisions for the benefit of society, respecting and guaranteeing hearings in a formal way, so that due process is respected and this is accompanied by serious studies that allow knowing, if any, the debts and the payment methods that are required, always within what is established by law, since this not only affects the local entrepreneurs but also inhibits the possibility of attracting more investment and thereby taking care of the jobs of Mexicali residents. 

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