Government and society must work together to promote equality between women and men

ALEJANDRO AZCÁRATE VARELA.- Tijuana, Baja California. Stating that government and society have to work hand in hand in order to promote equality between women and men, and to recognize the fundamental role of women in different areas, State Governor, Francisco “Kiko” Vega de Lamadrid, accompanied by other state officials, presided a ceremony on Tuesday March 8th,  to commemorate this year’s International Women’s Day, event that was conducted simultaneously in the five municipalities of the state of Baja California.

The governor reiterated the importance of continuing to work together aiming to ensure equal rights and opportunities for all people, he also took advantage of the opportunity to congratulate women and recognize their role in society and their contribution to the development of the great state of Baja California.

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State Governor Francisco “Kiko” Vega de Lamadrid, presided a ceremony on Tuesday March 8th, to commemorate this year’s International Women’s Day (Photo: San Diego Red)

“In this state, we have always joined efforts between society and government to continue propping up equity, which is why we’ve always had an important presence of women in the history of Baja California, in both municipal and state governments, ‘Kiko’ Vega” said.

Vega de Lamadrid, endorsed the commitment of his administration to continue promoting actions and strategies for the benefit of this important sector of society and in favor of equity and a free of violence state of Baja California.

During this activity, the State Governor, was accompanied by the Secretary of Planning and Finance, Antonio Valladolid Rodríguez; Undersecretary of Government in Tijuana, Enrique Mendez Juárez; Undersecretary of Social Development, Luis Bustamante Mora; Director of the Institute of Sport and Physical Culture in Baja California (INDE), Saul Castro Verdugo; and the State Revenue Collector in Tijuana, Andrés Sollano García, among other authorities.

The Baja Post Newsroom

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