Category Archives: MX Culture/News

New Checkpoint Blvd 2000


The municipal police of Rosarito and Tijuana maintain a permanent checkpoint for a week in the division between these municipalities on Boulevard 2000.

The purpose is to reduce the criminal acts between both cities.

The operation has yielded results, from detainees for driving while intoxicated, to detecting stolen cars and carrying drugs in small quantities, authorities said.

Residents of the area demonstrated in favor of this checkpoint as the rambles on Boulevard 2000 are sporadic and hope that they help reduce crime.

According to the residents, in Natura they are victims mainly of robberies, so they expect these operations to start giving better results.

Authorities informed that the filter will be installed one month as a test and to follow the results will be permanent.

Baja routing to SoCal border crossings at San Yisdro, Otay and Tecate(by Bajadock)



AMLO High Inflation, Low Peso


Financial services company Citibanamex has predicted that a victory by Andrés Manuel López Obrador is the most probable result in the presidential election and warned that slower growth, higher inflation and a weaker peso would likely follow.

Company analysts made the forecasts in an April 20 note entitled The April Paradox, citing changes López Obrador has proposed making to key reforms such as energy by reviewing contracts awarded to foreign and private companies and ceasing to award new ones.       

“By 2022, the difference would be 0.7 percentage points [in gross domestic product growth], the peso would be 19% weaker compared to the [US] dollar and inflation would be 23% higher,” the note said.

Analysts also said that Mexico’s fiscal deficit would grow and interest rates would rise if the leftist leader of the Morena party wins the July 1 election and takes office in December, which polls suggest is a likely outcome.

“. . . Eventually there will be a significant deterioration in the fiscal accounts, with a large deficit that reaches 4% in our projections by 2022, which would impact on the sovereign credit ratings and drive up interest rates along the entirety of the yield curve.”

Analysts recognized that the other two major party candidates, Ricardo Anaya and José Antonio Meade, “support the continuity of the already operational structural reforms” and therefore would not have the same negative impact on the economy as López Obrador, also known as AMLO.

“The economy under AMLO faces a regime change that we don’t see under Anaya or Meade,” the note said.

The candidate for the “Together We Will Make History” coalition, who according to a recent poll had a 22-point lead over his nearest rival, has also said that he will review contracts for the new Mexico City International Airport project.

López Obrador has threatened to scrap the project altogether, charging that it is corrupt and too expensive.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) said last week that abandoning the project would lead to a US $20-billion reduction in Mexico’s GDP and the loss of 200,000 jobs.

Tijuana to Wine Valley Waste Water Aqueduct

Bajadock: We reported on this proposed aqueduct last week.  In that report, we also published an article from 2010 about getting the aqueduct out for bid “soon”.  BTW, what is it about Mexican journalism/culture that almost always prefers to publish a photo of the politicians discussing the project at the press conference over the actual project at hand? If a bomb explosion occurred at the San Ysidro border crossing, rather than a photo of the damage, they would have a photo of officials at a press conference.

I added(as I often do) the above map for those wondering what the deal is all about. Here is the photo attached to the waste water aqueduct article.  The boys have that “when do we get out of here?” look as Baja Governor Kiko speaks.


The governor, Francisco Vega de Lamadrid, confirmed the construction of the aqueduct that will bring treated water from Tijuana to the Guadalupe Valley, which will triple the surface of vineyards and guarantee tourist activities in the most visited region of Baja California.

The state governor indicated that the work has an estimated cost of one thousand 500 million pesos, will be made with resources from the private initiative and has already begun the bidding process of the work.

He pointed out that to guarantee the clarity and legality of this project, the civil organization Transparencia Mexicana was invited to supervise the bidding and construction of the system that will bring the treated water from the La Morita plant from the city of Tijuana to Valle de Guadalupe.

This aqueduct, said Vega de Lamadrid, will have a capacity of up to 1,000 liters per second and the projected cost will be just over 10 pesos per cubic meter, a price that was already accepted by the winemakers who will use those waters.

The governor of Baja California said tentatively the work could be completed in 2019, and of the nearly three thousand hectares of vineyards that are currently had could exceed ten thousand hectares to be provided with this water resource.

He added that parallel to the construction of said aqueduct, the XXII Ayuntamiento de Ensenada works in the Sectoral Program of Ordenamiento del Valle de Guadalupe, which will allow for an orderly growth of urban growth and services in the region.

Regarding the quality of the water that will be brought to the wine region, the Secretary of Agricultural Development of the State, Manuel Valladolid Seamanduras, indicated that the project and tender for the aqueduct was made with the aim of guaranteeing and even exceeding the highest quality standards in treated water.

According to a report from the State Public Services Commission of Tijuana, during the last three years, experimental vineyard cultivations were carried out using these waters.

These works were supervised by the winemaker Camilo Magoni, the State Water Commission, the Technological Institute of Tijuana and the Center for Research and Development in Electrochemistry of Conacyt.

The Cespet informed that the tests done on water, soils and grapes were satisfactory when they were met and were at levels above the technical standards established in the management of this type of water resource.

AMLO in Ensenada

ENSENADA BC APRIL 15, 2018 (AFN) .- Andrés Manuel López Obrador, candidate for the Presidency of Mexico for the National Regeneration Movement, was today in the port of Ensenada, as part of his tour of the State of Baja California that started yesterday in the city of Tijuana. In his campaign proposal he highlighted five aspects: 1) Resume true democracy in Mexico, 2) Establish a true state of law, 3) End corruption, 4) Rethink finances and 5) Implement the “Revocation of mandate”.

During his speech the candidate thanked those present for their hope and recalled a phrase of President Benito Juarez “With the people all, without the people at all,” said that will be respected the will of election of the people during the upcoming elections.

He estimated that he will win with more than 10 thousand votes of advantage during the next elections of July 1, asked for confidence, because he said that they will not fail or be disappointed, because in his long political career has been ruled by three principles “Do not lie, do not steal, do not betray the people,” he said.

López Obrador stressed that Mexico has people with a reserve of cultural and spiritual values, it is an honest people. “The bad example is given by the government, it’s a top-down problem. The worst of the thieves is the corrupt politician, we must govern by example. So I will clean the corruption from top to bottom, as the stairs are swept. “, He stated.

The candidate for the presidency by the coalition “Juntos Haremos Historia” of the Social Encounter Party (PES), Labor Party (PT) and Movimiento Regeneración Nacional (Brunette) indicated that if elected as president it will not increase taxes and there will be no “gasolinazos” ”

He said he will lower the salaries of the leaders to relocate financial resources in the salaries of teachers, police, nurses, doctors, peasants, workers.

He explained that it will boost productive activity by strengthening the domestic market, so that Mexico produces what it needs, and thus avoid buying gasoline and other inputs from abroad.

He recalled that there are six refineries turned into scrap in the country, so it will reactivate that industry; He said that currently there is a consumption of 800 thousand barrels per day of gasoline, of which Mexico purchases 600 thousand abroad; so he promised to build two large refineries that would produce the fuel that the country requires.

He said he will give his support to the youth granting scholarships of two thousand 300 pesos to all high school students, in addition there will be hiring of young people as apprentices in workshops and shops, who will grant them monthly scholarships for an amount of three thousand 600 pesos. “I summarize the support for youth with this phrase -Becarios yes, assassins no-“.

He added that he will cancel the so-called “Educational Reform”, since he considered it more a labor reform that humiliates teachers, instead he committed to elaborate an Educational Plan that does not affect the rights of teachers and does encourage education in the country.

He stressed that he will not deliver the goods that belong to the people to private individuals, referring in particular to the privatization of water.

He acknowledged that there is no hospital in the San Quintín Valley that meets the health demands of the population that has lived there for years, but also of those who migrate from other states, such as Oaxaca, Guerrero and Chiapas, to work in the agricultural field of area; so he promised to guarantee health and give free medicines.

He argued that if he becomes president as of December of this year seniors will receive decent pensions, with a minimum amount of 1,500 pesos per month and not bimonthly as in some cases, and for amounts less than that.

Guaranteed that every two years will be subject to the “Revocation of mandate”, which is a method used in democratic societies to evaluate the actions of the leaders and give them continuity or derogate from their positions, promoting participatory democracy in Mexico.

He argued that the Aztec country has had three major transformations: the first was Independence, led by two priests, Hidalgo and Morelos; the second was the Reform Movement, headed by Juarez and the Liberals; and the third was the Revolution of 1910; so now Mexico is facing a renewal in times that he described as interesting.

He asserted that he will respect all religions and beliefs, as well as free thinkers, during his term.

He expressed that he will seek a relationship of friendship and respect with the United States government, where he deprives the mutual cooperation for development, since he said that social and migration problems are not solved by walls, nor by militarizing the border, only by solving with work and development for the people; therefore no offenses from any foreign government addressed to Mexico will be accepted.

He stressed that he wants to make Mexico a world economic power, because he knows that there are hardworking, committed, responsible and valued people here; so it will seek welfare not only in the material but in the soul of Mexicans.

He asked the attendees to cast an equal vote for his party, that is, they also choose legislators from the Chambers to avoid hindering the proposals, once he is in office. “I will return to Ensenada as president-elect,” he said.

Their participation concluded by sending a loving hug to the assistants of Isla de Cedros and issuing ¡Viva Ensenada! Viva Baja California! Viva Mexico! and singing the national anthem with the attendees.

In the temple he was accompanied by Marcelo Ebrard Casaubón; the candidate for the Senate of the Republic, Jaime Bonilla Valdez; the Senate candidate, Alejandra León; candidate in Tijuana; the candidate for district 04 Tijuana, Irma Andasola; as well as the candidates for the 03 electoral district, Armando Reyes Ledesma; and for the 07 electoral district Erick “El Terrible” Morales; among others.

Reyes Ledesma welcomed López Obrador and said that Ensenada is big and big has to be his legacy, of good and hardworking people, the “Cinderella of the Pacific” as it is known as Ensenada, it is a land of fishermen, settlers from other States and countries, from native peoples and migrants.

He indicated that Ensenada has been marginalized for the development it requires, water has been denied for decades, even though it is a right. “We have been denied the necessary investments to have better roads,” he said.

He said that to drive the development of San Quintín more than 40 billion pesos are required, because they do not currently have the basic services of water, drainage and land tenure.

“We are sure that you as president will know how to fulfill our beloved Ensenada. On behalf of thousands of students we declare him a distinguished guest for life, of our city. And for that reason we give him the keys of the city to who will be our next president of Mexico, “he said as he handed him a badge.

For his part, the candidate for the Senate of the Republic, Jaime Bonilla Valdez, said that the official figures show a happy reality that does not correspond to what is lived, mainly in vulnerable sectors, excluded from opportunities.

He argued that the current governor of Baja California, Francisco Vega de Lamadrid, has long “lost the compass” to direct the destiny of the State, and the welfare of society is absent from the concerns that the State has today.

AMLO’s Agenda

The candidate will continue his tour today at 5:00 pm in Tecate, Baja California, performing at the Miguel Hidalgo Park. C. Ortiz Rubio s / n Col. Centro CP 21400.

Tomorrow, Monday, April 16, 2018, he will be in Sonora, at 11:00 in San Luis Río Colorado and at 16:00 in Plaza Hidalgo de Nogales.

On Tuesday, April 17, 2018, he will be in Sonora at 11:00 in Guaymas. At 1:30 p.m. in Potam and at 5:00 p.m. in Ciudad Obregón.

On Wednesday 18 April 2018, will be in Sonora and Sinaloa. At 11.00 in Navojoa, Sonora. At 5:00 p.m. in Los Mochis, Sinaloa.

On Thursday, April 19, 2018, it will continue in Sinaloa, at 11:00 in Guasave and at 1:00 in Guamuchil.

Finally on Friday 20 April 2018, it will be presented in Mexico City at 4:00 p.m. in Milpa Alta and at 6:00 p.m. in Xochimilco

He denounced “white-collar guachicoleros”

ENSENADA BC APRIL 15, 2018 (AFN) .- “On the southern roads, to Ensenada together we will make history”, they shouted, this Sunday afternoon between cheers, and songs, thousands of supporters before the arrival at the port of Ensenada, of the candidate for the presidency of the Republic Manuel López Obrador, of the coalition Juntos Haremos Historia (Morena-PT-PES) and his campaign team.

The leader of Morena, indicated that there are “White Collar Guachiloreros”, who steal 20% of the budget, every year, and nothing has damaged the Baja Californians more than the corruption of the politicians, therefore, “I grow weary,” he said. categorical, “we are going to banish corruption, it got into my head and now we do it”.

We are not going to privatize anything, it’s over, it has not worked, it has only benefited a minority and impoverished our people, we will not continue to deliver the people’s goods to individuals, nationals or foreigners, we will not privatize water, Social Security or ISSSTE, there will be medical care, free rights, as for the Seguro Popular, he assured is pure demagoguery because there are not even medicines; medicines are stolen.

Among the commitments made by AMLO in Ensenada is that of building a hospital in San Quentin where the day laborers and migrants are treated and cured, everyone will be heard, he noted.

Other promises were to lower the salary to the politicians and increase that of the employees, pension for the elderly, at least double what they currently perceive. Mexico City, he stressed is universal, it is time for justice, I have it well analyzed I have a book written “the exit” diagnosis, I will not fail, I know the story, I want to be a good president like “Benito Juárez”, he stressed López Obrador.

The leader of Morena, pointed out, I will leave as a guarantee a democratic method and this is every two years revocation of the mandate; if the people want the president to continue on the basis of his performance, because “the people put and people take away”.

Finally, he stressed “We need to win not only the presidency but the majority in the Senate and Congress, vote for” the formula, everything even “so that we do not have problems and by winning the presidency, we can fulfill what was promised.

AMLO in Ensenada today

ENSENADA BC APRIL 15, 2018 (AFN) .- The candidate for the presidency of the Mexican Republic that heads the coalition Together We Will Do History, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, will be today at 12:30 noon at a rally in the downtown area of ​​this port.

The appointment will be at the corner of Juarez Avenue and Gastélum Street in the downtown area, where López Obrador will speak to the people of Ensenaden about his campaign proposals for Mexico and Baja California.

The campaign commitments that stand out are: return to the free zone regime in the border region, lower the Value Added Tax (VAT) to eight percent, as well as decrease the Income Tax (ISR) to 20 percent, Therefore, the prices of gasoline and other fuels will be homologated with the United States.

The politician from the southern state of Tabasco will announce his initiative to decentralize the federal public administration, as well as the Tax Administration System (SAT) in the city of Mexicali, Baja California.

A hot topic in Baja California is the supply of drinking water; in this subject the Mexican Constitution empowers the municipalities of the country to administer the water operators, but in fact this does not happen in Baja California, where the state government is responsible for guaranteeing the supply of the vital liquid to the population and the productive sector.

However, although the purists of the laws demand the fulfillment of such a disposition to the fullness, there is an inconclusive reality. The municipal government does not have the financial or administrative capacity to take that step and sustain it over time, and to check it, it is enough to check the coffers of the town hall.

AMLO in Tijuana

Yesterday, López Obrador was in the city of Tijuana where he assured that he will change the course of the old policy, and assured that if elected, the mold in which Mexico was made and continues to be made will be broken, without arrogance, no fantocherías and no corruption.

He indicated that there will be a free zone, a free zone along three thousand 180 kilometers of border with the United States.

He said that a relationship of friendship and respect will be sought with the government of the United States, but it will not be a relationship of subordination, but of mutual respect, because Mexico and its people will not be piñata of any foreign government.

He indicated that he will convince the United States government to come to his senses, because what is convenient is a relationship of respect and friendship for development and they will gradually understand that social problems of migration are not resolved by walls. , nor militarizing the border, they are only solved with work and development for the people.

He also announced that the Immigration Institute Commission will be in Tijuana and not in Tapachula, because there are those who want to stop the Central Americans, but Mexico is free and sovereign, so he said “we are not going to do the dirty work to any government Foreign”.

He mentioned that migrant countrymen will be protected, the 50 consulates that Mexico has in the US will become procuratorships to protect migrants.

He stressed that one of his commitments is to put an end to corruption and said that those who participate in this movement have to prepare themselves to carry out an honest government and that they do not get some of them through one ear and into another.

“There will be no corruption or impunity, who comes to occupy a position and begin to get rich, grow your nails, we will give manicure with Achuela, whoever it is, because I will read the booklet to all who will work in the new government; no matter if it is a leader who has fought since 30 years, a relative, but if there is corruption there will be punishment, “he said.

The candidate announced that the privileges will be terminated, the salaries of the high public officials will be lowered, because they earn a lot, and the salaries of the lower ones will be increased.

He said he will not live in Los Pinos and would ask him for Culture Secretary, to start working on the project to turn Los Pinos into a center for arts and culture.

He thanked his participation and presence of the citizens of Tijuana, and expressed “We are all going to achieve the transformation of our country, Together we will make history, all united. This does not depend on one man, on a handful of leaders, it’s everyone’s business. “

3 New Hotels in Ensenada


The tourist influx in the port has been greater in recent years.

Due to the tourist growth of Ensenada several hotel chains have decided to develop a greater infrastructure.

At the moment three hotels are being built in the port at the same time with an investment of more than 500 million pesos.

It is the Hotel Lucerna that is built on Boulevard Fernando Consag with 150 rooms, the Hotel City Express with 76 rooms which is being raised in front of the facilities of Pemex in the Scenic and the Holyday Inn Hotel in Second Street and Blancarte with 137 rooms.

Amador Arteaga Sahagún, president of Proturismo Ensenada said that hotel occupancy in 2017 was 50 percent on average and that the challenge for this year is to increase it by 5 percent.

He also noted that the first hotel mentioned will open in May, while the other two in 2019, thanks to the benefits of natural areas of the municipality and events consolidated nationally and internationally.

Tijuana Bus Rides

Tijuana, April 12. – In less than 12 hours, two units of the SITT -with passengers and while they were underway- were attacked with sticks and stones by individuals allegedly related to the Altisa transport company. At least one of the users was hit in the head and others had to be covered by a rain of glass from the shattered windows and the projectiles thrown from outside.

The first attack occurred at 7:41 pm on Wednesday night when from outside the attackers attacked a running bus. In a video taken from the inside it was recorded that in a lapse of 10 seconds, while the vehicle is running, a rain of stones destroys several windows on both sides of the unit.

It is observed a young man who was traveling in the middle of the unit that receives a blow to the head, so he throws himself on the floor covering himself with one hand, and without stopping, almost at the same time the driver falls to the side and leaning on The vehicle’s bars are incorporated to control the truck, while other stones fall near it. The driver reaches to stop the vehicle and the young man also gets up observing the destruction.

Another video taken also by the camera installed inside the unit 38 of the SITT shortly before 7 o’clock in the morning of this Thursday shows the other attack, which happens around the vehicle of the Terrazas route that went with 40 passengers -the Most young people and teenagers with school uniforms and supplies.

According to the driver, the alleged perpetrators were in an Urvan truck with colors of the company Altisa who with sticks and stones broke the windows, so the users crouched or retreated while the glasses bathed the seats.

Meanwhile, on Thursday morning an alert was issued that the central facilities of the Transportation System on the Boulevard Insurgntes would be attacked, so the City Council mounted a police operation. At the moment the identity of the aggressors has not been informed or if they were arrested.

Last February, the facilities of the Integral Transportation System of Tijuana (SITT) were attacked with Molotov cocktails, which was described as an “almost” terrorist act. Versions pointed out that it could be an “auto-attack”, without the situation being clarified to date.

On a constant basis, the facilities and units of this service have been vandalized, so special surveillance has been assigned.

Baja #1 in Corruption


Baja California is in the first place in corruption of the most corrupt country of the 34 that make up the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), said Adolfo Solis Farias, fiscal specialist and economic analyst.

With two doctorates, in Tax Law and Fiscal Matter, Solís Farías indicated that according to a study done by the OECD, Mexico is in the last place in the fight against corruption of the member countries of that organization.

The analysis, he added, divides the country into different regions and the Northwest, which includes Baja California, Sonora and Sinaloa, results in the highest levels of corruption in the national measurement.

Of those entities, he said, the one with the highest figures in that area is Baja California.

That is to say, the most corrupt country, in the most corrupt region, the Baja California State is in the first place, emphasized Solís Farías.

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He explained that the study also highlights that corruption is concentrated in government agencies first in the state administration, then in the municipalities and in third place in the federal government.

He pointed out that the phenomenon of corruption is considered in different actions and acts, which covers not only the diversion or theft of resources, but may also be the omission, negligence, passivity in the application of the law, as well as the growth of informality, all factors that encourage a corrupt government and social action that is linked to impunity.

Border Crossing Simulation Amusement Park

Scenic Road Geo Fault Repair Continues

Bajadock: As a frequent Scenic Road traveler, the humps and bumps from the new asphalt sections north of the Ens Toll Booth are always an adventure.  The terracing work on the hills in these areas, similar to the project to fix the big slide of 2013 at K93, is amazing.  Hope they have figgered out how to prevent another big landslide and closure of Highway 1.  Look for another announcement of “study, planning or thinking about” the BajaMar alternate route within the next week.

km95 terracing

km88 terracing

This 2018 will continue millionaire investments in maintenance, monitoring, construction and inspection of the quality of the same works in the Tijuana-Ensenada scenic road.

According to the program of the National Infrastructure Fund (FONADIN) and Federal Roads and Bridges (CAPUFE) they have budgeted for around 103.5 million pesos.

They advanced in the work program that will monitor the instrumentation from kilometer 84 to 98 of the Salsipuedes Bay of the highway, 5 million 354 thousand 200 pesos.

Following the stabilization work project, at kilometer 86 + 700 of the highway where 3,837,800 are contemplated.

Another 88 million 117 thousand 540 pesos will go in the maintenance of a major work, or stabilization work just at the 86 + 700 kilometer of the road.

Another company will also charge 6 million 168 thousand 227 pesos to supervise and control the quality of the stabilization work in the same kilometer.

Baja Water Crisis


ENSENADA BC APRIL 1, 2018 (AFN) .- Baja California faces a severe water crisis and the most affected cities are San Quintín, Ensenada, Tijuana and Rosarito. San Quintín, the most dramatic case, is about to create an irrigation district with desalinated seawater, because the aquifers of the place have high levels of salinity.

Leopoldo Mendoza Espinosa, member of the academic body in Water and Environment, of the Institute of Oceanological Research (IIO) of the Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC), indicated that according to the State Water Commission (Conagua), the forecast for the year 2035 is that the supply of drinking water will decrease by 21 percent, of which, 14 percent will be attributed to climate change.

He explained that the flow of the Colorado River, which flows from the southwest of the United States and northwest of Mexico in the southwest and south through the states of Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, California, in the United States, will also decrease by 23 percent. ; and by Baja California and Sonora, in Mexico, leading to the Gulf of California or the Sea of ​​Cortez of the Pacific Ocean.

“The water that flows from the Colorado River depends largely on northern Baja California. In the entity there is a problem of distribution of water and there will be a problem of shortage of the vital resource, because the population and industrial activity will increase, while the amount of water will remain the same, or even decrease ” , he said.

Mendoza Espinosa explained that in this situation it is necessary to modernize agriculture, because “unfortunately in the part of the Valley of Mexicali, where there is more water, you do not take good care of yourself, there is a lot of waste and there is a lot of water evaporation”.

He argued that, on the contrary, in the area of ​​the coast where Tijuana and Ensenada are located, water scarcity is greater, so farmers have drip irrigation and the field is highly technified, with the intention of getting as much as possible from that water

The researcher pointed out that in San Quintín, due to its agricultural vocation, the irrigation district will be created with desalinated seawater, or else at least the salty wells will continue to be extracted, but treated, desalinated and then used for irrigation.

He added that in Ensenada there is a deficit of approximately 20 percent of water for several years, in addition to that it has taken a long time to install the desalination plant, which will help to reduce the shortage problem, as well as other places with problems of water shortage.

He indicated that Tijuana and Rosarito will have water from the Colorado River for another five or eight years, and to meet future demand, the state government should seek options, including installing desalination plants.

But he warned: “you have to be very careful with that, because sometimes in order to defend the desalination they tell us that they can produce it cheaply and they tell us that in Israel they produce it at one dollar per cubic meter or at 70 cents per meter. cubic. Actually we have to be thinking like 1.3 or 1.5 dollars a cubic meter of water, and everything that is less than that raises suspicion. “

Mendoza Espinosa stressed that in terms of water reuse, it is planned, by the year 2035, to increase from 172 million cubic meters to 259 million cubic meters of reuse water; Of those 259 million cubic meters reused, Ensenada would be about 35 million.

He emphasized that although Ensenada already uses reuse water to irrigate some fields, it is not done to water edible plants. “Mexicali reuses industrial water, but what is Tijuana and Rosarito still does not reuse the water,” he said.

He specified that a comprehensive water management is necessary, in which all users and all possible sources are taken into account to prevent future stock-outs.

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