In the course of his tour of France and Indonesia where he will participate in the Peace Forum and the G20 Leaders Summit, Alberto Fernandez signed three decrees that this Thursday were made official in the Official Gazette, It is about the disclosure of the percentage of increase in prepaid medicine, the extension of the general sessions of Congress until the end of December and the officialization of a bonus of 45 thousand pesos.
With regard to the staggering 13.8 percent increase authorized for prepaid loans, the decree split that amount into two installments of 6.9% each that would be effective between December 2022 and January 2023.
It should be noted that this disclosure of the increase in prepaid comes after criticism by Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, describing the increase as unacceptable. This claim was also supported by Economy Minister Sergio Massa, who believed that it was necessary to modify the formula to update the prepaid charges.
In the second decree signed by Fernandez The executive extended the general sessions of the Congress till December 30., This measure has already been published in the Official Gazette through Decree 761/2022, which is also signed by the Chief of Staff, Juan Manzur.
“The ordinary sessions of the Hon’ble Congress of the Nation are extended till December 30, 2022,” it says in its article 1. Amidst arguments, says government The need to expand legislative work To be able to proceed in projects of unpredictable rent laws, Promote agro-industrial development, comprehensive care system and “Buy Argentina”.
Finally, bonuses for non-income adults who are in a position of extreme vulnerability were also made official. It is about a food reinforcement of 45,000 pesos for which long queues have formed in front of Ences offices across the country in recent weeks.
This will be paid in two payments of 22,500 each in the months of November and December.