LIVE Claudia Sheinbaum presents the third part of her cabinet

Claudia Sheinbaumvirtual president-elect, presents this Thursday, July 4, at the Interactive Museum of Economics, a third of the members of her cabinet for the presidential period 2024-2030.

  • Rose Icela Rodriguez– Secretary of the Interior.
  • Mario Delgado– Secretary of Education.
  • Ariadna Montiel– Secretary of Welfare.
  • Omar García Harfuch– Secretary of Security.

Virtual president-elect Claudia Sheinbaum presents the third part of her cabinet. Photo: Screenshot

Sheinbaum highlighted that with Omar García Harfuch as Secretary of Security for the capital, and with Ernestina Godoy as Mexico City’s prosecutor, a reduction in high-impact crimes was achieved.

Rosa Icela Rodríguez promised to serve all people and assured that with Sheinbaum “all women can be reached.”

Adriana Montiel, who is again in the Ministry of Welfare, mentioned that the objective is to continue fighting poverty. She assured that the current and new programs will be followed up on, such as support for women aged 60 to 64.

Mario Delgado, national leader of Morena, told the teachers that they will be allies with them and that they will resolve pending issues such as ISSSTE pensions.


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He indicated that the objective will also be to benefit 21 million students with the Universal Scholarship, and that in 2025, 6 million will begin to benefit.

She stressed that they will continue to support the new Mexican school to give a new direction to education and that the program La Escuela es Nuestra will continue. They are also calling for extended school hours so that they have access to cultural classes.

He mentioned that they are working on building schools and completing the Comipems test.

Omar García Harfuch stressed that they will respond to the support that citizens gave at the polls: “Working to have a safer and more prosperous Mexico.”

He explained that he is working to strengthen the National Guard, and will work hand in hand with the Ministry of National Defense, the Ministry of the Navy, and the 32 states of the country.

They also seek to strengthen the intelligence and investigation capabilities of the Mexican State, mainly through the National Intelligence Center, under the leadership of the Ministry of Security.

  • Ernestina Godoy– Legal advisor.
  • Juan Ramon de la Fuente– Secretary of Foreign Affairs.
  • Rosaura Ruiz– Secretary of Science, Humanities, Technology and Innovation.
  • Alicia Barcena-Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources.
  • Marcelo Ebrard- Economics secretary.
  • Julio Berdegue Sacristan– Secretary of Agriculture and Rural Development.
  • Luz Elena Gonzalez Escobar– Secretary of Energy.
  • David Kershenobich -health Secretary.
  • Rachel Buenrostro– Public Function Secretary.
  • Jesus Esteva– Secretary of Infrastructure, Communications and Transportation.
  • Edna Elena Vega– Secretary of Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development.
  • Rogelio Ramirez de la O– Secretary of the Treasury.
 
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