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  • Yunes Linares: Veracruz in 'Financial Emergency'

  • Yunes Linares called on the sectors who are owed money by the state government to be patient because the state’s financial situation has proven to be more serious than previously thought

BOCA DEL RÍO, VERACRUZ, 12DICIEMBRE16.- El gobernador Miguel Ángel Yunes Linares presentó el informe de la situación financiera del estado frente a representantes de cámaras, colegios y diversos sectores del orden empresarial; el mandatario afirmó que la crisis tiene dimensiones que superan lo imaginable y que el gasto total del gobierno creció en más de 30 mil millones de pesos entre el 2010 y el 2016 lo que deja al estado en una de las peores situaciones económicas en la historia, del cual no hay registro en el país.FOTO: ILSE HUESCA /CUARTOSCURO.COM, photo: Cuartoscuro/Ilse Huesca

12 of December 2016 16:23:53

Veracruz Governor Miguel Ángel Yunes Linares announced that the state’s public debt is over 56 billion pesos ($280 million), leaving the state in a “financial emergency.”Yunes Linares called on the sectors who are owed money by the state government to be patient because the state’s financial situation has proven to be more serious than previously thought.He asked the federal government to support the state with a loan of 3.75 billion pesos to emerge from the states’s 7 billion peso-deficit for the month of December.Yunes Linares said that the federal government gave 3.75 billion pesos to Veracruz a year ago, during the administration of his predecessor, Javier Duarte de Ochoa, and that the money is even more needed now.



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