Chapala City Hall requests an advance of four million pesos for the payment of Christmas bonuses
The treasurer of the City Council estimated that the resources could arrive during the first fortnight of December
The proposal to request an advance of money for the payment of Christmas bonuses was unanimously approved.
Arturo Ortega (Chapala, Jalisco) – The Municipality of Chapala will request an advance of four million pesos from the General Fund of Participations to the Treasury Department of the State of Jalisco, in order to meet year-end commitments, including the payment of Christmas bonuses.
The Mayor of Chapala, Alejandro de Jesús Aguirre Curiel, explained to the councilors that this is an option offered by the State Treasury Department to meet year-end commitments and those of the new administration.
Jaime Nicolás Padilla Ramos, the treasurer, estimated the payment of the Christmas bonuses from October to December at three and a half million pesos, when he was giving an economic report of City Hall.
Former mayor of Chapala (2018 -2021) and emecista, Moisés Alejandro Anaya Aguilar, recalled that the administration over which he presided made the payment corresponding to the months of January to September, and said he was in favor of the proposal as long as it is destined for the payment of the corresponding benefit to the workers.
Padilla Ramos added that, if the request of the Chapala city council is approved by the Ministry of Finance, the funds will arrive before the legal deadline for the payment of the benefit, in mid-December.
At the request of councilor Verónica Torres Raygoza, in case the advance is not granted, the municipal council will resort to a loan of five million pesos from a private individual, whose resources would be sought with an interest rate of no more than three percent and be paid by March 2022.
The issue was addressed as the tenth item of the November 4 city council meeting.
Translated by Dee Lynn
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