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Municipio realiza coordinaciones para entregar canasta básica

En coordinación con Juntas Vecinales se entregarán productos a ciudadanos vulnerables

Autoridad edil en coordinación con Juntas Vecinales de Sucre.

El pasado fin de semana, el alcalde de la provincia de Sucre, Edrich Vega Guerrera, en compañía de sus funcionarios, realizaron una reunión de coordinación con los representantes de las Juntas Vecinales para identificar a las poblaciones vulnerables de los diversos distritos de la provincia.

«El objetivo de estas reuniones es identificar a las familias vulnerables de nuestra provincia;por eso estamos reuniéndonos constantemente con los presidentes de las juntas vecinales, ya que son ellos quienes conocen realmente a cada uno de nuestros vecinos», manifestó la autoridad edil.

En los próximos días se estará realizando la adquisición de los productos para las canastas que serán entregadas a las familias identificadas como vulnerables en la provincia de Sucre.

Las reuniones también contaron con la participación de representantes del Ministerio Público y de la Policía Nacional del Perú.

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