Se reintegra Harfuch a sus actividades en la SSC de la CDMX

Jul 28, 2020

(CDMX). A casi un mes del atentado contra el secretario de Seguridad Ciudadana, Omar García Harfuch, que cimbró a la Ciudad de México, este martes el funcionario reapareció en la conferencia de la jefa de Gobierno, Claudia Sheinbaum.

Ahí, Harfuch sostuvo que el ataque en su contra del pasado 26 de junio en Lomas de Chapultepec, fue perpetrado por el Cártel Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG), tal y como lo señaló en su cuenta de Twitter.

Indicó que las investigaciones sobre su caso siguen adelante y ya se ha identificado a las personas que participaron en el atentado.

“Informar a la ciudadanía sobre el ataque del pasado 26 de junio, que las investigaciones han avanzado y al día de hoy se tienen identificadas con certeza a las personas que participaron en el atentado”.

Asimismo, envió un mensaje a la ciudadanía donde reiteró su compromiso para mejorar la seguridad de la capital, así como fortalecer a los elementos policíacos y las capacidades de investigación.

“Es importante que la sociedad sepa que estamos aún más comprometidos y con mayor determinación para seguir reconstruyendo y fortaleciendo a la policía de nuestra gran ciudad”.

“Se equivocan quienes piensan que podrán debilitar la lucha contra la delincuencia en la Ciudad de México.
Somos miles los Policías, Marinos, Militares y Ministerios Públicos que estamos dispuestos a asumir los riesgos que sean necesarios para que nuestra sociedad viva en paz”.

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Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Shooting at 17510 Wayforest Drive

Jul 28, 2020
Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested in the fatal shooting of a man at 17510 Wayforest Drive about 12:50 p.m. on April 19.

The suspect, Jason Wells (b/m, 21), is charged with murder and felon in possession of a weapon in the 262nd State District Court.  A booking photo of Wells is attached to this news release.

The victim, Kenneth Mosley, 35, was pronounced deceased at the scene by Houston Fire Department paramedics.

HPD Homicide Division Sergeant M. Holbrook and Detective J. Roscoe reported:

Mr. Mosley got into an altercation with another man at the car wash at the above address.  The argument escalated when the male shot Mosley.  The suspect, described only as a black male, fled the scene.  
 
Further information led to the identification of Wells as the suspect in this case and, on April 30, he was charged in Mosley’s death.  Wells subsequently surrendered to the court on July 17.
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Thousands of Students and their Families to receive Backpacks, School Supplies, Food and Masks at Mayor’s Back to School Fest presented by Shell

Jul 28, 2020
Thousands of Students and their Families to receive Backpacks, School Supplies, Food and Masks at DRIVE-THROUGH Mayor’s Back to School Fest presented by Shell
HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner joined representatives from Shell Oil and the Houston Food Bank to announce details of this year’s push to help children and families successfully prepare for the new school year.

The  10th Annual Mayor’s Back to School Fest presented by Shell on will take place on Friday and Saturday, August 7-8, 2020 in the NRG Park Yellow Lot.  To accommodate the growing number of students who need assistance, this year’s Back to School Fest will be “drive-through” event over a two-day period. 

Registration is recommended for participation in the fest: https://www.houstontx.gov/btsf/registermystudent.html

The annual fest presented by Shell Oil Company provides Houston area elementary students and their families with some of the tools they need to start the school year off right. In addition to distributing 25,000 backpacks with school supplies, the Mayor’s Office of Special Events has partnered with the Houston Food Bank to provide food to the students’ families.

Additionally, the Mayor’s Health Equity Response (H.E.R.) Task Force will distribute face masks to ensure a safe return to school. With one in four Texas children living in poverty, the Mayor’s Back to School Fest presented by Shell focuses on changing the future, one child at a time.

“The majority of Houston area students will begin the school year in a virtual classroom, but they still need supplies to succeed in their learning experience. Because of job losses, illness, and other challenges during the COVID-19 public health crisis, many Houston families cannot afford school supplies, said Mayor Sylvester Turner. “I thank our sponsors for stepping up to the plate to help. As a result of their generosity, thousands of young people will have the tools they need to start the school year off right.”

Due to COVID-19, this new procedure for obtaining school supplies was implemented with the sole purpose of keeping the public safe and socially distanced.

“Shell is proud to be counted as a founding and presenting sponsor of the Mayor’s Back to School Fest – marking the ten-year anniversary of Shell’s partnership with the City of Houston,” said Scott Ballard, Shell Executive Vice President Human Resources, North America.  “Our commitment to supporting students and families prepare for academic success is unwavering, so too is our determination to play a meaningful part in the growth and economic vitality of the city we all call home.”

Partnering with the Houston Food Bank will benefit students and their families by providing much needed produce, dry goods, protein, and milk.

“Houston Food Bank is proud to be a part of the Mayor’s Back 2 School Fest, to help kids and families get ready for this important time of year,” says Brian Greene, president/CEO of the Food Bank.  “While there still remains so many unknowns during the COVID-19 pandemic, what we do know is that some families need help preparing for this time of year, and they are still in need of food assistance.  We are happy to partner with Shell and City of Houston for this important event.”Registration is recommended for participation in the fest: https://www.houstontx.gov/btsf/registermystudent.html
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RASHIDI ‘SPEEDY’ ELLIS BUSCARÁ MOSTRAR SU CALIDAD COMO RETADOR TITULAR ANTE BRAD ‘KING’

Jul 28, 2020

RASHIDI ‘SPEEDY’ ELLIS BUSCARÁ MOSTRAR SU CALIDAD COMO RETADOR TITULAR ANTE BRAD ‘KING’ SOLOMON EN EL CO ESTELAR DE LINARES VS. FORTUNA BEKTEMIR ‘BULLY’ MELIKUZIEV, ALEXIS ‘LEX’ ROCHA, LAMONT ROACH JR. Y MARLEN ESPARZA TAMBIÉN ESTARÁN EN EL RESPALDO VIERNES 28 DE AGOSTO EN EL FANTASY SPRINGS RESORT CASINO Y TRANSMITIDO EN VIVO POR DAZNINDIO,

California 27 de julio de 2020.— Para Rashidi “Speedy” Ellis (22-0, 14 nocáuts), no es si tendrá una oportunidad por la corona mundial, sino cuando. Ellis, quien liderará el evento co estelar de Linares vs. Fortuna este 28 de agosto, tendrá la ocasión de mostrar por qué se merece esa ansiada oportunidad cuando se enfrente al experimentado contendiente Brad “King” Solomon (28-3, 9 nocáuts) en una defensa a 10 asaltos de su cinto welter Continental de las Américas AMB.             El evento, que se efectuará en el Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, estará cerrado para el público y los medios, a la vez que se transmite por la poderosa plataforma DAZN.             “Rashidi Ellis es un gran problema para todos en las 147 libras”, afirmó Óscar De La Hoya, Presidente y Jefe Ejecutivo de Golden Boy. “Puede ser que sea el peleador más rápido en el boxeo, y está ansioso de pelear contra los mejores de su división. Estamos orgullosos de tenerlo como líder de nuestro respaldo para el 28 de agosto, que también cuenta con algunos de los mejores contendientes del boxeo como el poderoso Bektemir Melikuziev y el contendiente en ascenso de peso welter Alexis Rocha”, puntualizó.             Ellis, de 27 años de edad, está listo para los mejores que la división welter puede ofrecer. El nativo de Lynn, Massachusetts jamás ha probado el sabor de la derrota desde que debutó como profesional en el 2018, y también ha tenido el privilegio de pelear en México, Puerto Rico, La República Dominica y en varias ciudades en Estados Unidos. Ellis anteriormente fue campeón welter Norte América de la FIB, y actualmente posee el fajín welter Continental de las Américas de la AMB que capturó cuando derrotó en la revancha a Eddie “E-Boy” Gómez esta vez por decisión unánime. Ellis encarará uno de los retos más grandes de su carrera en el nombre de Solomon, y el resultado indicará a todos donde se encuentra en la división de las 147 libras.              “Finalmente regresaré al cuadrilátero este 28 de agosto en DAZN”, afirmó Rashidi Ellis. “Y estoy contento porque será en mi lugar favorito que es el Fantasy Springs Resort Casino. Brad Solomon viene de unos retos muy difíciles, pero vengo a dejar una buena impresión. Vengo a mostrarles a todos que soy el mejor peso welter de la división y que estoy listo para un título mundial. ¡Sigan sintonizados!”, declaró.             Solomon es un contendiente de 36 años de edad quien fue un destacado amateur antes de debutar en el boxeo de paga en el 2008. El nativo de Lafayette, Luisiana, además de ganar varios torneos Golden Gloves, también posee una victoria amateur ante Javier Molina. Solomon, como profesional, también ha derrotado a fuertes peleadores como Freddy “El Riel” Hernández y Adrián “El Tigre” Granados. Solomon retornará tras dos derrotas en fila ante Vergil Ortiz Jr. y Alexis Rocha, pero promete que este combate volverá a ponerlo en los niveles más altos de las clasificaciones de peso welter”.             “Mis respetos a Golden Boy por traerme de nuevo en uno de sus eventos”, aseveró Brad Solomon. “Combatiré contra un buen prospecto, alguien que está en ascenso. Pero eso es lo que siempre he querido, a los mejores prospectos en ascenso. En esta pelea voy a mostrarles a todos de lo que soy capaz. Voy a demostrar al deporte del boxeo que he regresado. Voy a volver a poner mi carrera en la cima donde debe de estar”, amenazó.             Bektemir “Bully” Melikuziev (5-0, 4 nocáuts), el poderoso contendiente de Uzbekistán, continuará su rápido acenso en las clasificaciones de las 168 libras cuando defienda su cetro supermediano Continental de las Américas AMB en un duelo a 10 rounds ante Alan “La Amenaza” Campa (17-5, 11 nocáuts) de Sonora, México.             Alexis “Lex” Rocha (16-0, 10 nocáuts) de Santa Ana, California defenderá su cinto Continental de las Américas del CMB en una batalla a 10 episodios contra Jameson Bacon (23-4, 15 nocáuts) de Cebú, Filipinas.              El ex retador al título mundial Lamont Roach Jr. (19-1-1, 7 nocáuts) de Washington, D.C., se enfrentará a Neil Tabanao (17-7, 11 nocáuts) de Cebú, Filipinas en un combate a 10 giros en las 130 libras.             Marlen Esparza (7-1, 1 nocáuts) de Houston, Texas regresará tras su única derrota en un duelo a ocho asaltos en peso mosca contra Jacky Calvo (12-5-1, 1 nocaut) de Ciudad de México, México.             Linares vs. Fortuna es un duelo a 12 episodios por el cinto Diamante ligero del CMB presentado por Golden Boy en asociación con Teiken Promotions y Sampson Boxing. El evento es patrocinado por Hennessy “Never Stop. Never Settle” y BetOnline – Your Online Sportsbook Experts.”  El evento se llevará a cabo el viernes 28 de agosto en el Fantasy Springs Resort Casino y será transmitido en vivo por DAZN.

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Today, Mayor Turner and Mayor’s Office of People with Disabilities will Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)

Jul 28, 2020
HOUSTON –  Today, Mayor Sylvester Turner and the Mayor’s Office of People with Disabilities (MOPD) and director Gabe Cazares will participate in a virtual celebration of the  30th anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act.

On July 26, 1990, President George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act into law barring discrimination against people with physical and mental disabilities. Virtual ADA Celebration Event Details
When:
 2-3:30 p.m. July 26
Where: facebook.com/houstonMOPD/live 
or register for the Zoom webinar at bit.ly/2Wslo4UThe program theme, Generation ADA: Paving the Road for the Next Thirty Years, reflects the history, Houston-based activism, and collective action that led to that pivotal moment for disability justice.

“I am proud of Houston’s disability community and its diverse and powerful presence and contributions,” Mayor Sylvester Turner said. “It is a priority of my administration to ensure equal opportunity for disabled people in every aspect of community life. Today’s program is a celebration of disability rights and social change. It is also a celebration of our city and our disabled community. “

‘Houston, like any other city, certainly has work to do to increase accessibility and inclusion. However, under Mayor Sylvester Turner’s leadership, our city is more committed than ever to ensure that we are building an accessible and resilient city for the future,’ said Gabe Cazares, Mayor’s Office of People with Disabilities Director.

The virtual celebration is a collaboration with MOPD, The Houston Center for Independent Living, The Southwest ADA Center, TIRR Memorial Hermann, and the Jewish Family Service (JFS).

In addition to remarks by Mayor Turner, the program will include a keynote interview with Lex Frieden, disability themed music by local performers with disabilities, a special ADA 30 poem by Houston activist Maria R. Palacios and more.
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RISING WELTERWEIGHT STAR VERGIL ORTIZ JR. STOPS SAMUEL VARGAS IN ROUND SEVEN

Jul 28, 2020
RISING WELTERWEIGHT STAR VERGIL ORTIZ JR. STOPS SAMUEL VAR
Click HERE for Photos, for Video of Virtual RoundtablePhoto Credit: Tom Hogan-Hoganphotos/Golden Boy  

 INDIO, CALIF. (July 24, 2020) – Rising 147-pound star Vergil Ortiz Jr. (16-0, 16 KOs) of Grand Prairie, Texas defended his WBA Gold Welterweight Title via seventh-round stoppage against Samuel Vargas (31-6-2, 14 KOs) of Bogota, Colombia tonight in Golden Boy and DAZN’s return to regularly scheduled pugilistic action. The bout took place inside a fan-less Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California. “I didn’t really notice fighting with no fans,” said Vergil Ortiz Jr.  “I’m so focused on the fight. We usually spar without fans, so didn’t make a difference. I hit Vargas to the body a lot. I don’t know how he didn’t go down. He was hurt the entire time. I asked him, so I know he was hurt.. I also knew it was time to take him out in round seven. If it had gone to eight rounds, he would have been hurt worse. When I take rounds off like that, I try to get used to the timing and make them miss some shots.” “I would like to fight Danny Garcia or Keith Thurman,” Ortiz Jr. continued. “They’re good opponents I can beat. I want to take risks. I’m not here to take easy fights. I’m in the hardest division in boxing, so when I win a title it will mean a lot more.” In the co-main event, Shane Mosley Jr. (16-3, 9 KOs) of Pomona, California scored an eight-round unanimous decision win against Jeremy Ramos (11-9, 4 KOs) of Colorado Springs, Colorado in a middleweight bout. “This was a great experience,” said Shane Mosley Jr. “This was my first fight as a Golden Boy fighter. I’m glad I got the win and got to knock some dust off of me. It was different due to the circumstances. Ultimately, it’s still a fight. He came to win. I think it was a good performance from me, but I still have to add some more things to my game, like adding more punches to the body.” Seniesa “SuperBad” Estrada (19-0, 8 KOs) of East Los Angeles, Calif. scored a devastating first-round knockout win against Miranda Adkins (5-1, 5 KOs) of Topeka, Kansas in a scheduled eight-round defense of her WBC Silver Light Flyweight. The fight only lasted seven seconds. “It was the outcome I expected,” said Seniesa Estrada. “I give her respect for stepping into the ring with me while having a 5-0 record. If it weren’t for her, I probably wouldn’t have had an opponent tonight, so I thank her. Hopefully next time I can fight someone who is a world champion.” Hector Valdez (13-0, 8 KOs) of Dallas, Texas retained his undefeated record by beating Josue Morales (11-12-4, 1 KO) of Houston, Texas via eight-round unanimous decision in a 122-pound bout. The judges scored the fight 80-72, 80-72, and 79-73 for Valdez. “I felt I had an OK performance,” said Hector Valdez. “I give myself a 7 out of 10. I was calm, which is good. But now I need to work on being calm and being active with my punches. Now I’m going to go back to the gym, and I hope to come back soon on another Golden Boy card.” Welterweight prospect Evan Sanchez (8-0, 6 KOs) of Parlier, Calif. scored a six-round unanimous decision victory against Issouf Kinda (18-5, 7 KOs) of the Bronx, N.Y. The judges scored it 59-54, 58-55, and 60-53 for Sanchez. “I felt a little rusty in there,” said Evan Sanchez. “But I’m honored to be opening up for Golden Boy.  I know a lot of people were watching. I hope to get a two-week break and come back very soon.” Ortiz Jr. vs. Vargas was a 12-round fight for the WBA Gold Welterweight Title presented by Golden Boy. The event was sponsored by Hennessy “Never Stop. Never Settle” and BetOnline – Your Online Sportsbook Experts.” The event took place on Friday, July 24 at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino and was streamed live exclusively on DAZN.
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Mayor Sylvester Turner and Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo Announce Schools Will Delay In-Person Classes Until Sept. 8

Jul 28, 2020
HOUSTON – To protect students and teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic and help blunt progression of the virus in our communities, all public and non-religious private schools must delay in-person classes until Sept. 8, Mayor Sylvester Turner and County Judge Lina Hidalgo announced Friday.

The City of Houston’s Local Health Authority Dr. David Persse and Harris County’s Health Authority Dr. Umair Shah signed the joint public health order. A copy of the full order is available here.

“We do not want our kids to fall behind, but we must do what we can to keep them, our teachers, bus drivers, custodians, cafeteria workers, school support staff, and safer,” said Mayor Sylvester Turner. “We can help save lives by further delaying the opening of our schools. COVID-19 positivity rates are at an all-time high. It is very difficult to see these numbers on the rise and talk about returning our children to school.”

“Sending students, teachers and staff into classrooms while this virus is still spreading uncontrollably is not only unsafe for the people in the schools, it’s dangerous for their families, friends and the entire community,” said Dr. David Persse, City of Houston Local Health Authority.“In order for students to be able to learn and grow, they must also be healthy and safe,” said Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo. “Right now, we continue to see a severe and uncontrolled spread of this virus and it would be self-defeating to reopen schools as usual for in-person instruction. We are all desperate to move on from this crisis and get life back to normal. September 8 is still likely too soon, but the truth is, the fastest way we can all work together to bring this virus under control, the sooner we will be in a position to reopen again for the long term.”In addition to the suspension of in person instruction, the order includes the following:Virtual instruction is allowed consistent with individual district or school academic plans.  Instructors may use classrooms for video streaming if they are alone in the classroom and building occupancy does not exceed 10%. All school sponsored events and activities, including but not limited to clubs, sports, extra-curricular activities, fairs, exhibitions, academic and/or athletic competitions, must not take place in-person, on or off campus, until school systems resume on-campus instruction. By no later than Friday, August 21, 2020, each School System shall develop and submit a written plan with safety and health protocols for resuming in-person instruction and extracurricular activities to the Local Health Authority with jurisdiction over the school. School systems must make the plan available to parents and the general public. 
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City of Houston Continues to Monitor Tropical Storm Hanna; City Holds Exercise to Test COVID-19 Procedures

Jul 28, 2020
HOUSTON – As the City of Houston’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM) monitors any potential impacts from Tropical Storm Hanna, staff continue to update and test disaster response plans. 

In June and July, OEM staff partnered with the Houston Health Department, Houston Police Department, Houston Fire Department, BARC, and external partners including the Texas Division of Emergency Management and the American Red Cross to conduct the annual Evacuation Hub Exercise. Goals of the exercise include testing emergency operations coordination, critical transportation, mass care services, and health and social services during a hurricane evacuation.

“We have been advising the public that hurricane planning may be different this year because of COVID-19. The city has also been doing its part to update our emergency plans,” said Mayor Sylvester Turner. “An exercise like this helps our city test these updates and better prepares us to respond in the event a real disaster strikes.”
The Evacuation Hub Exercise is held annually at the George R. Brown Convention Center and allows participating agencies to test plans and procedures related to the registration and tracking process for evacuating people and animals to locations outside of Houston. In previous years, city staff partnered with volunteers to test components of the Evacuation Hub. This year, staff worked with Houston Television (HTV) to film segments of the exercise and later held a virtual tabletop discussion to evaluate and provide feedback on the new procedures due to COVID-19. 

“This year’s exercise tested new screening processes for evacuees, including no-touch temperature checks, social distancing guidelines, cleaning procedures for the facility and equipment, and new quarantine and isolation procedures,” said Nickea Bradley, Emergency Management Coordinator for Houston OEM. “Tropical Storm Hanna’s development in the Gulf of Mexico is a reminder to the public that hurricane season is in full swing, and residents should update their plans, build their disaster kits, stay informed of official updates, and get to know their neighbors.” Objectives of the annual exercise include a full-scale test of the emergency tracking network (ETN), a technology used locally that interacts with the state in a web-based program to register and track evacuees. Other objectives focus on the steps necessary to determine, coordinate, and provide various needs post-hurricane for impacted populations to sustain mass care operations, such as clothing, medications, transportation, housing, and health care services. 

Hurricane Preparedness During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The City’s emergency managers, shelter managers, and public health professionals are taking measures to reduce the possible spread of COVID-19 among people who seek safety in a disaster shelter during severe weather events. Here are some tips to help you prepare and lower the risk of infection while staying safe in a shelter:If you need to evacuate, prepare a “go kit” with personal items you cannot do without during an emergency. Include items that can help protect you and others from COVID-19, such as hand sanitizer, or bar or liquid soap if not available, and two cloth face coverings for each person.Practice social distancing. Stay at least 6 feet from other people outside of your household.Follow Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Houston Health Department COVID-19 preventive actions—wash your hands often, cover coughs and sneezes, and follow shelter policies for wearing cloth face coverings. Avoid sharing food and drink with anyone if possible.Follow disaster shelter policies and procedures designed to protect everyone in the shelter, especially those who are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19, including older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions.If you feel sick when you arrive at the shelter or start to feel sick while sheltering, tell shelter staff immediately.Teach and reinforce everyday preventive actions for keeping children healthy.Be a good role model—if you wash your hands often, your children are more likely to do the same.Help your children stay at least 6 feet away from anyone who is not in your household.Watch your child for any signs of illness and tell shelter staff if your child may be ill.Help children cope with emergencies: try to deal with the disaster calmly and confidently, as this can provide the best support for your children. Learn more about updating your hurricane preparedness plans to protect you and your family from COVID-19: https://bit.ly/hurricanecovidprep
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Así viajaba Enrique Peña Nieto y sus acompañantes en el avión presidencial

Jul 27, 2020

(CDMX). Como lo prometió, el presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador permitió que los medios de comunicación entraran al avión presidencial, para dar a conocer los lujos de su interior.

La conferencia matutina del primer mandatario se llevó a cabo desde el hangar presidencial, en donde detallaron la composición del avión y los gastos de su mantenimiento.

“El propósito es dar a conocer como se mal gobernaba al país, de como habían lujos en el gobierno durante todo el periodo neoliberal, se le daba la espalda al pueblo y los altos funcionarios vivían colmados de privilegios, de atenciones”.

“Este avión es un ejemplo de los excesos que se cometieron”.

Entre las cualidades de la aeronave “José María Morelos y Pavón”, se puede transportar a 80 pasajeros divididos en cuatro secciones; cuenta con oficina y sala de juntas; una recámara King Size con regadera y caminadora; internet de alta velocidad; teléfonos satelitales y pantallas para cada usuario.

Ahí, el secretario de Defensa Nacional, Luis Cresencio Sandoval, informó que los gastos en la gestión del expresidente Enrique Peña Nieto, sumaron 408. 4 millones de pesos.

Por su parte el director de Banobras, Jorge Mendoza, informó que el avión ya tiene un comprador y un depósito por el, por una cantidad de un millón de dólares, así como una oferta de otro interesado; ante ello, aunque ya se firmó un contrato, el presidente Andrés Manuel señaló que hay una clausula que menciona que se puede vender a la mejor oferta.

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Estudiantes sobresalientes son reconocidos por la APEM CDMX

Jul 27, 2020

(CDMX). La Asosiación de Profesionistas y Empresarios de México reconoció a los estudiantes de todos los niveles académicos que en este 2020 concluyeron un ciclo escolar o sobresalieron con un promedio destacado.

Al estar pasando una situación sanitaria grave por el Covid-19, esta ocasión se realizó una ceremonia virtual, pero eso no fue impedimento para contar con la presencia de personalidades como el presidente de la APEM, Ruben Barrera, la coordinadora del Colegio de Educación, Dina Moreno y el senador Israel Zamora Guzmán, así como miembros destacados de la comunidad.

En dicha ceremonia, los estudiantes recibieron mensajes de ánimo para continuar preparándose y seguir sobresaliendo en sus actividades escolares, entre ellos, destacaron las siguientes palabras.

Finalmente, se nombraron a los galardonados desde nivel preescolar hasta nivel superior, así como aquellos que continuan con posgrados, maestrías, doctorados, y también de quienes han dedicado gran parte de su tiempo para que la Asosiación de Profesionistas y Empresarios de México, siga adelante.

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