The Chamber of Deputies will carry out the debate on the Omnibus Law this Wednesday, January 31 from 10 am and they estimate that it could be defined during the course of Friday, February 2.
In an extensive meeting of Parliamentary Work, held on Tuesday, the fundamental details of the session were agreed, with the purpose of debating the bill of Bases and Starting Points for the Freedom of Argentines.
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The meeting, chaired by Martín Menem and with the presence of the first vice president of the Corps, Cecilia Moreau, and the second vice president, Julio Cobos, took place in the Delia Parodi Room.
During it, it was decided that the session would have an intermission, and Silvia Lospennato's proposal was chosen, which consisted of holding an intermission “with judgment.” This means that the break would be planned around midnight, depending on the development of the session.
Omnibus Law (Photo: Office of President Javier Milei)
Another proposal was to hold the fourth intermission after the general vote, but it was initially ruled out, since that could happen in the early morning, around 6 in the morning. Therefore, it was decided to hold two intermediate quarters around midnight.
Omnibus Law: when can the project be defined
The first intermission is expected to take place around midnight Thursday, with the general vote scheduled for Thursday afternoon. Subsequently, the individual vote would be carried out, and if necessary, a second intermission could be held before midnight. If this happens, the session would resume on Friday at 10 a.m., with the goal of ending during the course of the day. The resumption of sessions could be modified as necessary.