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Tamaulipas Deputies to Study at UAEM

Lawmakers will study for a master's degree at the university

The agreement was signed by UAEM rector Jorge Olvera García, photo: Courtesy of UAEM
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8 months ago

Lawmakers from Tamaulipas are to study for a masters in Parliamentary Law at the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico (UAEM).

The agreement was signed by UAEM rector Jorge Olvera García, UAEM general councel José Benjamín Bernal Suárez and president of the Political Coordination Board of the Congress of the State of Tamaulipas Carlos Alberto García González. It was witnessed by the president of the National Association of State and Mexico City Comptrollers (Anomac), Javier Domínguez Morales.

García González said that UAEM’s law school is a training institution for professionals who contribute to the country’s greatness, while Bernal Suárez pointed out that the signing of the document is of vital importance because it represents the opportunity to endorse the academic quality of UAEM.

Inocenta Peña Ortiz, the director of UAEM’s law department, said that this postgraduate program has already been offered to legislators from the State of Mexico, Guanajuato and Quintana Roo, as well as the federal Chamber of Deputies.

She said that the signing of this agreement strengthens the ties that UAEM has with the Tamaulipas government and thanked the trust given to UAEM by the lawmakers.

Carlos Alberto García González said that the current government is committed to the academic preparation and professionalization of the members of the Chamber of Deputies, to strengthen the quality of legislative work and have a more efficient congress.

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