Senator Derlis Maidana referred to the alleged report of the United States, released by the local press, where allusions were made to the President of the Republic, Santiago Peña, and an alleged anti-corruption plan. In a conversation with La Nación/Nación Media, the parliamentarian indicated that regardless of the lack of authenticity or not in the document, what is categorical is the commitment of the government of Santiago Peña in the fight against corruption.
“We are working in an articulated way with the US Government, which has been shown on more than one occasion, under the principles of sovereignty and self-determination; The fight against corruption is just one of the many areas of action that we are united in and in fact I consider that the relationship with the United States will be strengthened by this government,” said the parliamentarian.
Regarding the alleged anti-corruption plan to be deployed, Maidana recalled that the National Government is currently developing their own actions to combat this scourge, pointing out that it is a requirement for the president himself, apart from each of the Government officials. Within these priorities, we can see the cooperation of the US in strengthening the anti-corruption work, which will continue to be maintained. “The Colorado Party, as a political group, also provides strong support to the Government of Santiago Peña and is collectively committed to continuing to contribute to improving transparency and competitiveness indices. “We want the president to do His work is good and everyone, from where we have to work, will contribute to these management plans,” said the senator.