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In Puerto Peñasco have a commitment to transparency so asking to be included in and the technology platform INFOMEX Access to Information, said the Mayor Alejandro Zepeda Munro.
Mayor mentioned his interest because citizens have confidence that there is good use of public resources for which signed the agreement through which citizens can access information more easily and faster, and thus advance transparency in governance.
Puerto Penasco is one of the 10 municipalities of Sonora which together with State Government agencies and government information transparency, made the Sign Letter of Accession to Infomex system with which formalized the commitment to transparency, acting as witness of honor, the General Director of the Company and Institutional Relations of IFAI, Enrique González Tiburcio
Through this new system in the state, all citizens, within and outside the agency may release the information to Hermosillo, Guaymas, Cajeme, Navojoa, Huatabampo, Nogales, San Luis Río Colorado, Agua Prieta, Caborca ​​and Puerto Penasco; and three executive, legislative and judicial branches, and Information Transparency Institute (ITI).
“With this addition, the new sound is added to an advanced technology platform and also to facilitate and enhance access to information by citizens, such access extends beyond the borders of our state,” said Governor Guillermo parents.
The signing was carried out by the Governor Padres, Gonzalez Tiburcio and the mayors of Puerto Peñasco, Alejandro Zepeda Munro, of Hermosillo, Javier Gandara Magaña, Caborca, Dario Murillo Bolanos, of Huatabampo, Prospero Ibarra Otero, of San Luis Rio Colorado, Baldenegro Jesus Manuel Arredondo, of Guaymas, César Adrián Hernández Lizárraga; and Navojoa, José Abraham Lopez Mendivil.

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The state ruler said that the system INFOMEX be accessible to all who request it abroad or here in the country, wishing to know the information state and the municipalities that joined this effort and also the powers of the State of Sonora such as the legislative and judicial branches and agencies of our state.
“Here in our state so far we had the Request System Public Information of the State of Sonora (SIPS), which set and puts the public activity information available to all who require Sonora.”
The system complied with the provisions of Article 6 establishes and regulates Constitutional Right to Information, but did only within the state territory.
“With the Infomex the required information in our organization is no longer available only to the Sonoran, but of all Mexicans,” said the Head of the Executive.
In the event, witnessed one of the first requests for information, the Director General Care and Institutional Relations Society of IFAI, Enrique González Tiburcio, the President of the Supreme Court, Max Gutierrez Cohen, Chairman of the State Legislature Sonora, Guerrero Nathanael Lopez, deputy David Cuauhtemoc Galindo, the secretary of the Comptroller General, Carlos Francisco Tapia Astiazarán, the Vocal Chair of Transparency Institute of Information of the State of Sonora, Ricardo Ibarra Hurtado, and the President Commissioner State Commission for Access to Public Information in Sinaloa, Alfonso Alvarez Paez.
INFOMEX system has been implemented and tested on a large number of bodies across the whole country as the National Human Rights Commission, the Federal Judiciary Council, the Federal Electoral Institute, the Supreme Court of Justice nation and the Electoral Tribunal of the Judiciary of the Federation.
This technology platform serves as a ‘single window’ Access to Information and with it, Sonora joins the other 23 states of Mexico that have this system: Aguascalientes, Chiapas, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Colima, Distrito Federal, Durango , Guanajuato, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Morelos, Nuevo Leon, Nayarit, Puebla, Querétaro, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosi, Sinaloa, Tabasco, Tlaxcala, Veracruz and Zacatecas.
For his part, Secretary of the Comptroller of the State Government of Sonora, Carlos Tapia Astiazarán said that on instructions from Governor Fathers, “we will continue working for the New Sonora, Sonora are always well informed.”
At the end of the event held in the Governors Room of the Government Palace, Guillermo Padres thanked the representatives of the Federal Institute of Access to Information (IFAI), the powers of the State of Sonora and the municipalities present, for the support to enable that from this Thursday, join the system Sonora INFOMEX

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