“You lose or you win, but the law is not touched. Let this novel be voted on and finished,” Javier Milei told his ministers at today's Cabinet meeting. This adds tension to the dialogue that the ruling party maintains with the allied blocs that offer modifications to the Omnibus Law.
As TN learned, the Government is determined not to give in on the articles that complicate the specific approval of the package, such as the privatization of public companies, the delegation of powers and the taking on of debt in foreign currency.
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At Casa Rosada they maintain that the package already had several cuts, such as the fiscal chapter and the electoral reform, and that it “would cease to make sense” if it undergoes more changes.
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