The government intends to withdraw important laws for the continuation of the cultural, artistic, scientific,, and heritage industries of our country. Ther emphasizesthe need to preserve the national identity.
When referring to the bases and starting points for the Freedom of Argentines project, he pointed out that, among other things, it attacks the sector, public media, and decentralized organizations.
In the letter of its development,, there is not a single sign of participation or any interest in cultural activities, and, on the contrary, the text has a mercantilist view that unceremoniously aims to defund and cancel the development of activities, he added
In addition, it criticized the intentions of withdrawing funding from the National Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts and the National Commission of Popular Libraries, closing the National Arts Fund,, and the Theater Institute, among other entities.
The letter urges the protection of sovereignty and democracy and asks the deputies and senators to live according to history.
Among the signatories are Charly García, León Gieco, Santiago Miter,, and Tute, among others.
The one known as the Omnibus Law is made up of more than 600 articles and establishes the economy, pensions, security, defense, tariffs, energy, health, administrative,, and social emergencies until December 31, 2025.
It indicates that this period can be extended by the Executive Branch for a maximum period of two years and provides for the privatization of state-owned companies and enterprises.
In addition, it abolished primary, open, simultaneous,, and mandatory electionsand allowedd public administration contracts to be renegotiated or terminated.
It also creates a new regime for the extraordinary regularization of taxes, customs,, and social security obligations.