Women hold only 22.4% of leadership positions in the federal government: Inegi

Women occupy only 22.4% of leadership positions in the country’s institutions. Federal State Administration, revealed National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi).

In accordance with National Census of the Federal Government (CNGF), published this Friday, there were 277 owners in these establishments during 2022.

However, Inegi data shows that only 22.4% of these positions were filled women, and the rest (73.3%) were Men. Compared to 2021, the number of female starters decreased by 1.6%.

Analyzing wage inequality, Inegi found that 28.2% of men earned a gross monthly income between 5 thousand and 10 thousand pesos. For women, the figure is a total of 39.6%.

A similar situation has been reported with wage from 10 thousand to 15 thousand, and this figure is received by 19.2% of men and 23.5% of women.

In contrast, when comparing salaries above 20 thousand pesos, the percentage of men receiving this salary is two or three times higher than women. Looking at the highest salaries, 3.8% of men earn more than 70 thousand pesos, while for women this figure drops to 1.4%.

As for mid- and low-level civil servants assigned to public administration institutions, the figures are more balanced, since out of 1 million 574 thousand 971 positions, 51% are occupied by women and 49% by men.

Sanctions against officials

For 2022, 80,756 were received complaints arising as a result of failure to perform duties by personnel assigned to government agencies. There was an increase of 189.1% compared to 2021, when 27,934 reports were recorded.

Despite the increase in complaints, 2,318 were filed. audits, 0.8% less than in 2021. Similarly, 58 thousand 174 were launched research, 111.9% increase compared to 2021. Of the total, only 21,204 investigations have been completed, an increase of 33.1% from 2021.

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Total 3 thousand 747 processes liability procedures They began in 2022 and involved 2,555 officials. authorized. The latest figure represents a decline of 15.6% compared to 2021.

Most of the sanctions were applied for administrative offenses classified as non-serious, and 100 were classified as serious.

On the other hand, 4,307 procedures were performed, which represents an increase of 34% compared to 2021. However, in 2019, before the Covid-19 pandemic, more than 20 thousand procedures were performed.

In addition, during 2022, 101 officials were reported to the Ministry. Public Ministry (MP) for allegedly committing a crime in the performance of his official duties. According to Inega, compared to 2021, the number of civil servants reporting to the deputy decreased by 42.3%.

The Federal State Administration consists of 304 institutions, headed by 277 holders and assigned to them 1 million 569 thousand 47 servers.

Of these, 206 had internal control or a similar body to combat corruption. This represents a decrease of 3.7% compared to 2021.

During this period, all institutions carried out budget from 4 trillion 481 thousand 608 million 536 thousand 465 pesos.

Source: Aristegui Noticias