The Caravan was met by Secretary Porras Dominguez on behalf of Governor Narciso Agundez Montano, who stated in very strong terms that "the State Government is against the installation of mining operations using cyanide extraction or other economic activity that threatens our natural resources and environment".
Also present were members of the state Congressional Commission of Ecology. Congressman Juan Hernandez Paulerena announced that in response to the petition the State Congress "...will hold public forums regarding the risks of mining projects in , for the purpose of enriching the proposed Law for Sustainable Development and the Protection of the Environment. The legislators expressed their desire to leave the next a clear record of the objections expressed by the civil society of Baja Calironia Sur during the present legislation term of the XII Legislature. The forums will take place on the following dates: in the municipality of Los Cabos; in La Paz, in Comondu; in Loreto; And in the municipality of Mulege. The information that is recorded in each forum as well as the expressions and proposals from the citizens in each municipality will be used to enrich the Law for Sustainable Development and the Protection of the Environment in Baja California Sur, which is going through the Legislative process and which was read for the first time in the last ordinary session of the Congress and which will continue to be analyzed in extraordinary session during in the month of February." (Tribuna - 29 / 01 / 2011)