The general approval of the Omnibus Law by the Chamber of Deputies created an immediate celebration of the ruling party and its allies, who promoted it as “a tool to escape decades of decay.” Meanwhile, lawmakers and opposition leaders questioned the megalaw deregulating the economy and pointed out that it was “a terrible blow” for “those who believe in democracy and social justice.”
After asking in the afternoon that the Deputies close the debate and continue voting – which led to questions about the interference of the Executive Branch in the Legislative Branch -, Javier Milei celebrated the result through social networks, with a short ” long live freedom, damn.” The place of the communication of the Executive is a little more clear: “The Office of the President celebrates the positive vote of the deputies that in general approved the Law of “Base and Starting Points for the Freedom of Argentines” and specifically already to thank the collaboration of deputies and leaders. of their respective blocs, Cristian Ritondo, Miguel Ángel Pichetto and Rodrigo de Loredo, who, despite our differences, contributed to the progress of the law.”
The Minister of Security, Patricia Bullrich, who is responsible for the repressive operation mounted for the third consecutive day around the Congress, also promoted the megalaw as “a tool to escape the decay of decades .”
From the opposition of the dialogue, the governor of Entre Ríos, Rogelio Frigerio, emphasized that “with the majority support of a sector of the opposition, the national government has taken the first step and the President has given a strong message to society, the markets. and the world in the quest to change a country destroyed by Kirchnerism.” Also from the ranks of the PRO, deputy María Eugenia Vidal emphasized: “We are continuing an important project to recover the future stolen by Kirchnerism from the Argentines.”
“This day will not satisfy anyone,” said UxP representative Leandro Santoro. “The law came out and that is not good for Argentina, but in a way that President Javier Milei cannot celebrate and his allies have many difficulties to explain why.” because.”
For the leader of the Frente Patria Grande Juan Grabois, the approval “is a terrible blow for those of us who believe in democracy, social justice, in an Argentina of peace and dignity. The delegated power, the destruction of nature, the giving over of legislative control of the debt and the DNU was not revoked”.
UxP deputy and former governor of Entre Ríos Gustavo Bordet explained that he rejected the initiative of the national government because “more than the dubious changes made, it does not contribute anything to improve the quality of life of the Argentina.”
From the Left Front, deputy Myriam Bregman also pointed out his views on the session called for next Tuesday: “There is a lack of discussion in particular on a law that is very harmful to many workers in our country. “