The “Bases” project, presented by President Javier Milei and was heavily discussed in the debates of the commissionhas undergone changes since its publication: of the 600 articles, which focus on a structural reform of the country, half remain.
This Friday, from 10 am, the deputies that make up the different blocs will continue their presentations with the goal of speeding up the vote on the libertarian initiative.
The Government of La Libertad Avanza (LLA), with the full support of the PRO bloc has been confirmed, It needed 45 of the 69 votes to reach the number of 129 affirmative votes. and approve the project.
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Martín Menem, president of the Chamber of Deputies.
Omnibus Law: privatization changes and delegated powers
Las delegated power that Javier Milei will receive if the project is approved represents the main point of conflict. So, of the 11 things the Government initially raised, only six remain: economic, financial, security, tariff, energy and administrative.
The changes in one of the key points, however, did not satisfy the disagreements of the “opposition to dialogue.” The two blocs led by Miguel Ángel Pichetto, We formed a Federal Coalition, As the radicalism They did not end up formulating a uniform position and internal discussions continued.
Privatization was also affected, another key axis of the ruling party: the companies to be privatized were reduced from 37 to 26. “They took what was in Córdoba, among them Dioxitek,” they told Ámbito from Peronismo.
Dioxitek is the company that supplies uranium to nuclear power plants. Also left the University of Córdoba, Fabrica Argentina de Aviones, two of the companies where the Cordoban governor Martín Llaryora.
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We created the Federal Coalition, one of the key blocks for the approval of the important points of the Bases project.
Omnibus law: Deputies’ debate will move to the new intermediate room
With the verdict already given, and while the negotiations continue in the offices of the Congress, The Chamber of Deputies entered another intermediate room after midnight and the session for the omnibus law will continue this Friday at 10:00.
This was requested by the president of the block of national deputies of La Libertad Avanza (LLA), Oscar Zagodue to the impossibility of reaching a general sanction this morning, because the negotiations with the governors and the dialogue blocs are still open.
The initial idea was to meet until dawn, vote in general and then go to an intermission room to continue on Friday with the particular discussion, that is, article by article.