The head of the PRO bench, Cristian Ritondo, promoted tonight the signing of the opinion of the libertarians on the Omnibus Law Project with partial dissidents in order to attract the will of the blocs allied to the government. However, as LPO reported, radicalism remains focused on promoting its own office, in coordination with We Make the Federal Coalition (HCF), Miguel Pichetto’s bloc.
One of the deputies who participated in the Macrismo meeting through Zoom told this medium that the task was not easy. “We need to fix the mess with retirements and withholding, especially,” he said.
In fact, the bet includes accompanying the opinion from the plenary session of the commissions and introducing changes to the problematic articles already in the room.
During the exchange, the legislators shared the concern that the ruling party will finish third, behind the rejection that Kirchnerism manages to impose the commission with the left and the alternative judgment where the radicals and the pichettistas work.
Macri’s objections to increasing restrictions on soybeans and the retirement formula are discussed because of the suspicion that he has part of the possible impact on his base of electoral support.
For this reason, some representatives suggested last week that Javier Milei would ask for support to increase the export rate of the bloc of the Union for the Homeland (UxP), perhaps an imaginary way to avoid the cost of dealing with libertarians in an uncomfortable article with both political forces. This medium also reported that Sergio Massa held a meeting with the mayors of the Renovador Front and maintained that “it is time for Peronism to reconcile with the countryside.”
Regarding the calculation of pension benefits, the objections are consistent with the UCR and HCF: the legislative technique is defective. Added to the complexity of the formula itself are the problems of drafting and the criticism of the deputies who do not want to leave Casa Rosada without law.