On Monday of this week made public the decision of the Executive Council of the Chamber of Commerce (composed of about 10 thousand members) and the same day the Mayor Roberto Sandoval did not rule out political dyes. The topic caught the attention of many, and is that the attitude of the organized trade would mean to the capital city less income in contributions. The matter would be given to bickering.To go to the merits of the case yesterday that I saw in a restaurant to the President of the KANAK Tepic, Jesus Perez Lopez, not hesitate to tackle it for questioning on the subject. To initiate said that you committed to dialogue, to work and cooperation. He said that camera that presides over wants to bring in healthy peace party. On our part, we put the effort and therefore now up to the authorities who support us and take into account, he said.There is no political dyes in the decision, we do not bet the conflict; We are working people and the proof is that always have been responsible in all our taxes, he responded when you I asked if there were bad healthy interests.
Do then why the decision?, went back you to question. . He explained to me that this determination was once the capital’s authorities were ignoring them, so easy.A few days ago we had the will to have the rapprochement and we got a bad response from them, I am referring to the private Secretary. It even took the trouble to call back us. We made calls and were never greeted, we were only going to explain our discomfort because the Council allowed the installation of foreign traders, justified the leader of CANACO.Somewhat sense, Jesus Perez Lopez recalled the words of Mayor Roberto Sandoval: the President said that he had commitment only with the people and want to say that we are also people (), on the other hand, that gives support to traders in Moroleon, Leon Guanajuato and to allow the increase to the informal trade that is to govern for other people and not for those who deserve the respect.By what the President of CANACO told me and the statement that I heard on Monday from the Mayor of Tepic, you could deduce that everything is part of a lack of communication.