- By agreement of the Political Coordination Board closeness with people and promotion of civility and dialogue will be privileged
After multiple complaints and demonstrations of dissatisfaction by the Baja California population, the dividing wall that was already being raised in the State Congress is removed.
This morning at a breakfast with the media provided by the Baja California Assemblymember Triny Vaca, the politician said that she and some of her fellow assemblymembers did not agree to block communication between the population and assembly members of the state legislature when building a dividing glass wall inside the Benito Juarez session room, so she stated that a meeting was pending to vote for or against the construction of this wall that just a few hours ago today was removed in its entirety.
The Assemblymember Rocio Lopez Gorosave, President of the Political Coordination Board of the State of Baja California Assembly, announced that by agreement of this Collegiate Body of the Legislative Branch, the withdrawal of the security fence that was installed in the Benito Juárez room was arranged where sessions of the State Assembly are held.
The Legislator informed that a unanimous decision of the members of the JUCOPO was made, with the intention of contributing to the fact that the harsh environment that has been presented during the last year in the sessions of the State Assembly Chamber, does not harden, on the contrary, a respectful dialogue with citizens will be considered and the attendees will be invited to the facilities of the State Assembly to observe the basic safety rules and conduct themselves with civility.
“The installation of the security structure, was an administrative decision, which was not agreed between the various political forces represented in the XXII Legislature, and was motivated by the excesses of some protesters, however Assembly members and members of the Political Coordination Board of Directors, do not believe that it is the solution to the problem that is being experienced, so it will be taken off, “insisted López Gorosave, adding,” we reiterate our respect for free expression of ideas, peaceful protest and debate of opinions. “