Cristóbal Olvera, Partido Humanista
“I’m not going to make other promises, but I promise to finish the three years of management. I’m not about politics, but management, and San Miguel needs a good manager.”
Cristóbal Olvera was born in this city. He has a degree in business administration and has been working for 20 years in his crafts business that has been growing with the support of his family. “I am noble and sincere, and I am quite sure that what I think about is supporting sanmiguelenses.”
Although he considers he is not that politically active, Olvera says that he decided to participate as a candidate because he feels one can see everything better from the outside. Whoever criticizes the government will support him, he says: people who no longer believe in politics, people who will make history in transforming this city. He hopes that on June 7, people who no longer believe in the politicians get out to vote. He is currently visiting communities and neighborhoods to better know their needs so he can work on them in his proposals.
Our budget is not as exorbitant as that of the major political forces (referring to PAN and PRI). Our budget is very limited and comes from militants and citizens.
Dirty war and information that can be used against you
He assures he won’t disqualify anybody. He proposes that all candidates support each other and respect each other both as individuals and between parties. His proposals will be objective. He notes that he can walk down the street with a clean conscience because there is no information that the candidates can use against him.
We will put into practice the correct functioning of the police academy. We will invite the youth to care for their neighborhoods and engage people to educate them with values. We will work in public spaces to equip spaces for workshops or culture, like theater classes, with the participation of the non-governmental organizations.
Parties do not take foreigners into account because they don’t vote, but thanks to them we have employment. Therefore, their ideas should be taken into account. We will give them the facilities and will reinforce the NGO direction to deal with their issues in their language.
We must have schools worthy of our children and young people, at least equipped with toilets. We will manage scholarships with the state and the federation for the support of our children and young people.
We need to finish what has been started: the Community Center in las Cuevitas, the band shell, and projects that are 70 to 80 percent completed.
Tourism and economic development
San Miguel sells itself; we will follow up the promotion as it has been done, but we will try to have accessible tourism for all, not just the elite.