The governor of Michoacán, Alfredo Ramírez Bedolla, will issue a declaration of emergency due to droughtextreme because 92.9 percent of the territory is severely affected by water scarcity.
Given the problem, The state leader will present the plan that contains actions to mitigate the drought that plagues the regions of the entity.
According to data from the State Water and Basin Management Commission (CEAC),105 Michoacan municipalities register extreme drought.
At the Morelia Convention and Exhibition Center (Ceconexpo), Alfredo Ramírez Bedolla will issue the declaration starting at 10:00 am.
Subsequently, it will present the emerging state plan, which includes establishing regional committees with the participation of Semarnat, Conagua, mayors and other actors to execute actions on water matters.
Among which the bombing of clouds in strategic areas, rehabilitation of dams and water treatment plants stands out.maintenance of hydraulic conduction lines, among others.
Faced with an anticyclonic phenomenon, the few rains that were recorded this season and that did not favor the collection of water in the entity's dams, the most affected are the agriculture, livestock and fishing sectors.
Finally, The governor of Michoacán announced that to face the problemtica, there will be no extraordinary resources, but rather the redirection of funds and programs for the infrastructure of Municipal Public Services.
From said fund, 25 percent will be allocated to works and projects for water care, the preservation of river basins and important lakes, aquifer recharge zones, to mention a few.