PAN demands Plan B after the closing of day care centers
The deputy Rubén Guajardo requested “an immediate reaction plan to not leave thousands of children without this training”
By La Orquesta
The local deputy of the National Action Party (PAN), Ruben Guajardo Barrera, considered that the federal government demonstrates “a terrible insensitivity to mothers and children who are being affected by the closure of children’s stays throughout the country”.
Given this, the legislator demanded that the Government of the State of San Luis Potosí correct “the demonstrated insensitivity (by the Federal Government) and generate an immediate reaction plan so as not to leave thousands of children without this training”.
Criticized that it has not been known to establish a “Plan B” from the federation to avoid the cessation of this type of spaces that help “not only serve the child population in educational issues, but even repaired the family nuclei”.
The legislator called the Federal Government ignorant for not knowing that in Mexico the Federal Labor Law of the 1970s establishes in its Article 283 that employers have among their obligations to provide childcare services to the children of workers, although they have not In addition, the establishment of the National System of Nurseries and Children’s Stays by the Ministry of Social Development (Sedesol) and the National System for the Integral Development of the Family (DIF) was universalized during the six-year term of former president Felipe Calderón for those families that are not workers of the state, nor are beneficiaries of the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS), which also incurred legal implications.
He considered that this alleged budgetary savings will generate serious consequences such as “illiteracy, abandonment of work and until children do not have the correct socialization process they must have between the ages of three and six years of age”.