Five delegados named by Chapala Council
The all-male group includes businessmen, activists, and locals from the villages in the municipality of Chapala
Arturo Ortega (Chapala, Jalisco) – The Chapala Council has announced the names of the people who will serve as heads of their delegations, all of whom are local men.
The positions are provisional until the election is held for those who will occupy the permanent position of delegate, although the new municipal President, Alejandro de Jesús Aguirre Curiel has not yet set a date for the election.
Aguirre Curiel said that, given the pandemic, it would be some time before the municipality will be able to hold an open election. In the meantime, the following men will head the five town offices:
For the Pueblo Mágico of Ajijic, the Delegado will be Máximo (Max) Macías Arceo, who has worked as a merchant and whose appointment has previously been announced by Semanario Laguna.
In Santa Cruz De la Soledad, the man in charge of the office is Marcelo Raygoza Martinez, who is well-known among the young people of the town and for participating in the traditions of his delegation.
In charge of the Atotonilquillo office will be Antonio Perez Gonzalez, a charismatic man in his community who has been recognized for seeking out quality services for one of the most forgotten towns of the municipality.
The man in charge of the office of San Antonio Tlayacapan, Gustavo Aguayo, has worked in the graphics and printing business in his community.
The man in charge of the office of San Nicolás de Ibarra, Salvador Delgadillo Márquez, has stood out for wanting to serve and improve the living conditions of the inhabitants of his community. He is in the running to occupy the position of delegate for the 2018-2021 administration. Translated by Kerry Watson