Baja California Governor Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda stressed her administration’s commitment to security, equality and justice for all Baja Californians, while highlighting the state’s achievements in key areas Significant progress, including harmonization of legislation protecting women, health and social welfare. infrastructure.
During the 96th “Wednesday Morning with Marina del Pilar” event in the city of Mexicali, the state president noted that at the beginning of her term, the Women’s Justice Center, which had been abandoned by the government, was reactivated. Previous of.
The agency’s main task is to provide support to female victims of violence, in cooperation with key institutions such as the Office of the State Attorney General and the State Judiciary.
Magdalena Bautista, director of the Baja California Women’s Justice Center (CEJUM), stressed that Governor Marina del Pilar has been tasked with consolidating preventive, punitive and , focus on and eliminate violence against women, adolescents and girls. entity.
He declared Baja California the first state to coordinate local legislation to protect women. A significant aspect of this reform is the obligation to allocate service delivery links within the facilities of women’s justice centers, guaranteeing the availability of basic and free services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and the active coordination between government and society, To effectively ensure the safety of the Women’s Justice Center. Address and eliminate violence.
Magdalena Bautista stressed that girls, boys, young people and women are not alone in the government of Marian del Pilar and are supported by laws that support these efforts.
It should be noted that the Heads of State Administration and Director of CEJUM recognized the work and cooperation of Deputy Michel Sánchez Allende, who promoted these initiatives.
During the “morning session”, the governor also highlighted the progress in health, especially in the vaccination of children through essential programs aimed at protecting this population from various diseases, especially with the arrival of the 2023-2024 school year occasion.
Baja California Health Secretary Adrián Medina Amarillas reported that more than 388,000 doses of the basic plan have been administered in 2023 to prevent tuberculosis, polio, hepatitis B, measles, Diseases such as human papillomavirus and influenza. others. In addition, more than 3,000 Pfizer childhood vaccines are being administered to girls and boys as they return to school.
He noted that universal vaccination also aims to protect people over the age of 60 from respiratory diseases in the coming autumn and winter.
Marina del Pilar also announced important developments in the RESPIRA program aimed at reducing pollution in Mexicali. The RESPIRA program aims to improve mobility, road safety, accessibility, efficiency, quality and equality in cities.