Salaries for deputies composing the legislatures of the states of Mexico, are not uniform, because each state has the power to designate the amount of money they earn their deputies also is indirectly related to income level and budgets that gives the federal government.
Controversy exists regarding the revenues that must survive such officials, as some are quite exorbitant salaries, contrasting with the lifestyle that lead the people they represent.
Differences among states in Mexico.
First mention states with higher levels of in-country salary and composed by: Guanajuato with its 36 legislators is in the lead with salaries $11.000 per month, which puts them just $1,000 per month more how much they earn below the federal deputies.
It follows Sinaloa, where his 40 deputies earn about $10,000 per month, in third place is Baja California where they earn more than $1,100, Yucatán instead pay $900 each deputy, all of these rather large numbers, since there are just too close to federal salaries, but also in some cases correspond to a full year of minimum wage, millions of families barely get to live each month.
In contrast Nayarit pays in payroll just $2.560 U.S. dollars to each of their employees. Tlaxcala is also a monthly salary of $3.350 and Chiapas is added to the list of austerity with $ 3.560, being that early in 2010 earned nearly double. On the other hand in the State of Mexico, Guerrero, Querétaro, Hidalgo, Zacatecas and Michoacán not the salary of legislators transparently reported but it is known that in 2010 the deputies of the State of Mexico earned about $ 23.500 monthly weights $7.000 which was his base and other services and resources justified salary, finally in the federal District Members earn about $ 6.800 a month, Campeche charge $4.560 pesos per month.
In recent years the government of Peña Nieto and clarity throughout the country have caused debates that require cuts in the salaries of civil servants and repeals various economic benefits that have to be part of government: Car travel, cell phones, gas, insurance, private medical, security and other expenses that are not directly specified in their base salary as senators, but nevertheless, in practice if they make part of their income, least indirectly.
Many have tried to reduce the large gaps between the different states, yet the federal government cannot directly regulate these positions, thanks to the independent determination of each state. Critics no longer speaking to say that with these reductions in wages could pay some public program that will help the population.