Mexico City, Mexico — More than 900,000 people participated in the weekend public consultation led by the upcoming government on 10 priority projects for the country.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador initiated the public consult on his top 10 projects for in and around Mexico for his upcoming administration which takes over December 1.
With booths installed in 538 municipalities around the country, figures show approximately 952,168 people turned out to vote yes or no on his priority topics. The tally of the voting results were provided by the Arturo Rosenblueth Foundation.
Jesús Ramírez Cuevas, general coordinator of Social Communication of the elected government, took stock of the participation.
“Today, Mexicans freely endorsed their willingness to participate in the construction of participatory democracy. The incoming government assumes the responsibility of nurturing the authority entrusted to it at the polls on July 1. We are on the path of decisions that the incoming government has to make with the deliberation and participation of the people.”
The National Consultation Priority Programs submitted the ten most important actions and projects to be implemented by the new federal administration of Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Enrique Calderón Alzati, president of the Arturo Rosenblueth Foundation and Jesús Ramírez Cuevas will lead a press conference to publicize the results.