Sinaloa.- With the presence of the mayor of Culiacán, Jesús Estrada Ferreiro, who supported the deputies for rejecting the observations to Decree
Sinaloa.- With the presence of the mayor of Culiacán, Jesús Estrada Ferreiro, who supported the deputies for rejecting the observations to Decree 530 made by former Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel two years ago, the Plenary of the State Congress approved by majority eliminate the special regime of property tax collection for golf courses in Sinaloawith the approval of the reforms to article 35 section IV of the Municipal Treasury Law.
The PRI parliamentary group refrained from supporting the property tax levy on golf courses, as properties without construction, achieving a vote of 29 in favor, 7 abstentions and 4 absences.
With this rejection of the veto, the golf courses enter a regime collection of predial called from land without construction and in this new state scenario, the local Congress will have to legislate to perfect the current Municipal Treasury Law of the State of Sinaloa or, where appropriate, create a different legal framework.
The president of the Public Finance and Administration Commission, Jesús Ibarra Ramos, said that what Ordaz Coppel observed no longer fits the tax reality and the new way of governing, which put the interest of the citizens above.
He recalled that on November 26, 2020, deputies and deputies of the 63rd legislature issued decree number 530 that reformed, added and repealed various provisions of the Municipal Treasury Law (art. 35 section IV), which contemplated the elimination of the regime special collection in these sports spaces.
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Ibarra Ramos explained that in December of that year the modifications were vetoed by Ordaz Coppel on the grounds that by submitting the golf courses, for his consideration there was the possibility that the owners would not pay the property tax on the pretext that they would not fit in the regime of properties without construction, in addition to violating the principle of legal certainty of those involved.