· The aim is to provide the greatest support, not only to the families who lost a loved one, but also the population that reported damage and lost its assets, he said.
· He expressed his solidarity with families who unfortunately lost a loved as a result of these natural phenomena.
President Enrique Peña Nieto instructed the heads of the Interior, Social Development, and Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development Secretariats to maintain close coordination with the local governments of the states affected by Hurricane Earl and tropical storm Javier in order to provide the greatest support, not only to the families who lost a loved one, but also to the population that reported damage and lost its assets.
The president declared that actions have been taken, “To undertake the corresponding censuses in scattered regions of the state, so that the population receives the corresponding support and aid”.
After expressing his solidarity with families who unfortunately lost a loved one as a result of these natural phenomena, the president said that, “Since this event was forecast, we alerted the population, set up the corresponding shelters and took actions in close coordination with the local authorities of the various states where this natural phenomenon occurred.”
Within the framework of the session of the National System for Equality between Women and Men, President Peña Nieto highlighted the government’s efforts, together with those of the state and municipal governments, “To cope with the devastation caused by this week’s heavy rains and those that may occur over the next few days, which we will be monitoring very closely”.
He urged people to be, “Very aware of the alerts Civil Protection mechanisms will be issuing so that people are safe and will be able to take the necessary steps to cope with these natural phenomena.”