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The construction of a vehicular bridge in the Pablo Sexto neighborhood is progressing at a good pace

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On the morning of Tuesday, April 13, comrade Fidel Moreno Briones, Secretary General of the Mayor's Office of Citizen Power of Managua, visited the Pablo Sexto neighborhood to supervise the progress of the construction of a vehicular bridge that will link this sector of District III , with the Oscar Turcios neighborhood of District I of the capital.  

During this visit, colleague Fidel Moreno announced the progress of the project, "this work consists of the construction of the vehicular bridge in the Pablo Sexto neighborhood, with an investment of more than 6 million córdobas and then we have a road work through the "Streets for the People" Program in the Oscar Turcios neighborhood, with an investment of more than 8 million córdobas; that is, this project has an amount of around 15 million cordobas, which will allow us a new road connection in the east-west direction in Managua ”, informed the Secretary General. 

This vehicular bridge will constitute a road connection and will function as an alternate route to the Juan Pablo II Track, at the time of its extension; He also detailed that the work has already completed the foundations of the bridge and is expected to be completed in the first fortnight of June.

For its part, the population was happy with the execution of this work that guarantees progress and integral development to the families that live in this sector of the capital, as stated by the resident Josefa Peña López, who, with many years of living in the area, said that only the Sandinista government has guaranteed the well-being of this community in District III of the capital.

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