• noviembre 28, 2022 4:55 pm

ARREMETE JAIME BONILLA CONTRA GUARDIA NACIONAL POR CASETA DE PLAYAS DE TIJUANA

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CrispĂ­n Garrido Mancilla/ Agencia Infonort News



Tijuana, Baja California.- El gobernador de Baja California, Jaime Bonilla Valdez, criticĂł duramente a la Guardia Nacional por la forma en que actuĂł en contra de manifestantes que intentaron liberar este jueves la caseta de cobro de Playas de Tijuana, que habĂ­a sido recuperada por el gobierno federal durante la madrugada.

Amparado en un decreto emitido por su  gobierno, Bonilla Valdez encabezĂł un acto el martes en el cual “liberĂł” a los automovilistas del pago de peaje en la citada caseta de cobro, con el argumento de que a partir de ahora el Gobierno de Baja California se harĂ­a cargo del mantenimiento del tramo de autopista de Tijuana a Playas de Rosarito.
TodavĂ­a el miĂ©rcoles, personal del gobierno estatal colocaba topes en los carriles de las ventanillas para moderar la velocidad de los vehĂ­culos, cuyos conducores eran informados de que no tenĂ­an que pagar por el uso de ese  tramo carretero.
El mismo dĂ­a, Caminos y Puentes Federales (Capufe) calificĂł de ilegal la medida y en la madrugada del jueves, con apoyo de la Guardia Nacional, la GendarmerĂ­a y la PolicĂ­a Federal, retomĂł las instalaciones y reiniciĂł el cobro del peaje.
La mañana de este jueves, activistas de grupos como Tijuana se Defiende y Resistencia Civil Pacífica, intentaron sin éxito liberar la caseta de Playas de Tijuana, lo cual les fue impedido por elementos de la Guardia Nacional, que mantuvieron el control y sometieron a al menos dos de los manifestantes.
Durante su habitual conferencia de prensa virtual, esta vez efectuada por la tarde, Bonilla Valdez hizo severos señalamientos por la fuerza ejercida por los elementos de la GN, señaló que no estuvo en el lugar porque este día viajó a la capital del país a atender asuntos previamente agendados y que aprovechó el viaje para reclamar al Secretario de Seguridad y Protección Ciudadana, Alfonos Durazo, el proceder de los elementos a su cargo.

Dijo que la Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes debió conducir el asunto a través de los tribunales y no mediante la fuerza y que será por esa vía como su gobierno buscará hacer valer el decreto que buscaba terminar con el cobro del peaje que, hasta la tarde de este jueves, se continuaba realizando normalmente.



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ATTACKS JAIME BONILLA AGAINST NATIONAL GUARD BY TOLLBOOTH DE TIJUANA


Infonort News Agency


Tijuana, Baja California.- The Governor of Baja California, Jaime Bonilla Valdez, harshly criticized the National Guard for the way he acted against protesters who tried to free the Playas de Tijuana toll booth, which had been recovered, on Thursday. by the federal government at dawn.

Covered in a decree issued by his government, Bonilla Valdez led an act on Tuesday in which he “freed” motorists from paying tolls in the aforementioned toll booth, arguing that from now on the Government of Baja California would take over the maintenance of the section of highway from Tijuana to Playas de Rosarito.

Still Wednesday, state government personnel were putting stops on the window lanes to moderate the speed of the vehicles, whose drivers were informed that they did not have to pay for the use of that stretch of highway.

The same day, Caminos y Puentes Federales (Capufe) described the measure as illegal and in the early hours of Thursday, with the support of the National Guard, the Gendarmerie and the Federal Police, it resumed the facilities and restarted the collection of tolls.

On Thursday morning, activists from groups such as Tijuana Defend and Peaceful Civil Resistance, tried unsuccessfully to free the Playas de Tijuana booth, which was prevented by elements of the National Guard, who maintained control and subjected at least two of the protesters.

During his usual virtual press conference, this time held in the afternoon, Bonilla Valdez made severe remarks by the force exerted by the elements of the GN, he indicated that he was not at the place because this day he traveled to the country’s capital to attend to matters previously scheduled and that he took advantage of the trip to demand from the Secretary of Security and Citizen Protection, Alfonos Durazo, the proceeding of the elements in his charge.

He said that the Ministry of Communications and Transportation should have handled the matter through the courts and not by force, and that it will be in this way that his government will seek to enforce the decree that sought to end the collection of the toll that, until the afternoon of This Thursday, it was continuing normally.

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