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Advance Budget Integration 2018: Tony Gali

Advance Budget Integration 2018: Tony Gali
Governor Tony Gali met with Undersecretary of Expenditures of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP for its acronym in Spanish), Fernando Galindo, as part of the working groups for the creation of the 2018 budget.

Government of the State participates in the National Entrepreneur Week

Government of the State participates in the National Entrepreneur Week
A wide institutional offer focused on entrepreneurs and micro, small and medium enterprises (SMEs), offered the government of the state of Puebla, headed by Tony Gali, through the Secretariat of Competitiveness, Labor and Economic Development (SECOTRADE for its acronym in Spanish) during the seventeenth National Entrepreneur Week to be held from September 11th to 15th in the country's capital, with the aim of boosting the creativity and talent of those who seek to open or strengthen new businesses.

IMSS Puebla supports affected people by the earthquake from Oaxaca

IMSS Puebla supports affected people by the earthquake from Oaxaca
To support those affected by the quake last week, the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS for its acronym in Spanish) delegation in Puebla sent eight mobile medical units (UMM for its acronym in Spanish) to provide care in the city of Juchitan, Oaxaca, reported the head of IMSS Prospera, Aaron Perez Cabrera.

Semarnat places Puebla as a national example in waste management

Semarnat places Puebla as a national example in waste management
Governor Tony Gali attended the executive meeting of the Environment Committee of the National Conference of Governors (Conago for its acronym in Spanish), where projects were presented in this area and the state was recognized for its contribution to the responsible use of solid urban waste.

Tony Gali´s government send SUMA brigade to Oaxaca to strengthen medical care

Tony Gali´s government send SUMA brigade to Oaxaca to strengthen medical care
In solidarity with the people affected in Oaxaca by the earthquake registered last Thursday and by instruction of Governor Tony Gali, the Health Secretariat of the State of Puebla (SSEP for its acronym in Spanish) sent a team from the Emergency Medical System (SUMA for its acronym in Spanish) to that state, conformed by nine vehicles, as well as doctors, specialists and paramedics, to reinforce the attention to the population.