The ruling party seeks to advance agreements with the opposition regarding particular aspects of the Omnibus Law, which will be debated starting next Tuesday in the Chamber of Deputies after the fourth intermission after the general vote on the project.
The president, Javier Milei, trusts in the agreements promoted by the Minister of the Interior, Guillermo Francos, as anticipated by TN, while the head of the La Libertad Avanza bloc in the Lower House, Oscar Zago, stated that the dialogues will continue “with the governors, with the deputies who did not accompany or who accompanied or are in dissent, in many articles”, to try to bring positions closer together, in statements to Radio Rivadavia.
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The Government is confident in the approval of the Omnibus Law in particular: “Everything is quite closed”
February 4, 2024, 06:58 a.m.
The Minister of the Interior, Guillermo Francos, leaving a meeting with “dialogue” governors at the Federal Investment Council (Photo: Télam).
The Minister of the Interior, Guillermo Francos, He said he trusts the approval of the Omnibus Law in particular, that will be debated starting next Tuesday in the Chamber of Deputies: “Everything is quite closed.”
Francos considered that the economic reform project “will come out along the same lines,” although he clarified: “There may be some differences, it does not mean that there cannot be some voting with differences, but I believe that it will be approved in particular as well.” , there are already some issues to finish agreeing on, in particular on some articles, not much, practically everything is already quite closed, let's say,” in statements to Radio Miter.
Privatizations: the key axis that could suffer variations in the midst of the treatment of the Omnibus Law
February 4, 2024, 06:26 a.m.
Privatizations: the key axis that could suffer variations in the midst of the treatment of the Omnibus Law (Photo: NA).
The privatization of the public companies proposed by the Government in the Omnibus Law It is one of the points that hinders the negotiation with the allied blocs and could undergo further modifications on Tuesday in the middle of the article treaty. According to him he could know TN, The ruling party would not be willing to give up more concessions.
Given the complaints of the blocks headed by Miguel Ángel Pichetto (We make Federal Coalition) and Rodrigo de Loredo (Unión Cívica Radical), La Libertad Avanza sent a counteroffer on Thursday with the general secretary of the Presidency, Karina Milei, and the Minister of the Interior, Guillermo Francos, in the middle.
The last text of the article presented by the Government includes the reduction from 36 to 27 companies subject to a possible sale and the partial privatization of three of these: Banco Nación, Nucleoeléctrica Argentina and ARSAT.