Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra on Thursday urged regional authorities to continue the path traced by his
, so the money —intended for public works— is not diverted for illegal purposes.
"The money for projects comes from the population's pocket, and we must protect it," the Head of State expressed.
In this sense, the first project will demand an investment worth S/280 million (about US$84 million) and be awarded in July this year. This plant will prevent wastewater from reaching the Chira River.
Likewise, he mentioned the bidding process for the new drinking water
plant —with its corresponding technical study— will be launched in August.
Furthermore, the Economy and Finance Ministry (MEF) will transfer over S/4 million (US$1.21 million) to the Health Ministry (Minsa), so it can begin the elaboration of Sullana Hospital's technical report.
Within this framework, the statesman guaranteed the construction of the aforementioned project —aimed at benefitting over 300,000 people— will start next year.
Afterwards, President Vizcarra inaugurated the recovery and landfill plant in Miguel Checa district.