Presidential spokesperson Manuel Adorni clarified that the Minister of Human Capital, Sandra Petovello, will not receive people who are standing in line for more than 20 blocks in downtown Buenos Aires to receive food aid.
“We don't want more intermediaries, we don't want more business with the poor. “We want help to reach those who need it,” said Adorni. In that sense, the presidential spokesperson said that the concentration “draws attention” because the union organizations were not summoned by Sandra Pettovello for this Monday.
Adorni assured that “attendance at community kitchens will never be cut” by the national government and agreed with a document made public this morning by the Argentine Episcopal Conference (CEA), which requested that “food not be an adjustment variable.” ”.
On the other hand, the presidential spokesperson stated that the national government will not discuss “any point that has to do” with changes in fiscal matters, including the income tax and the sharing of the PAIS tax, before Congress approves the Law. Omnibus, which is under debate in the Chamber of Deputies.
“We understood that all things related to tax matters were a problem to advance quickly with the law. And we understood that the rest of the law had greater approval in the different sectors. Starting the fiscal chapter, which included Profits, was never in doubt,” said the spokesperson. And he stressed: “There is no need to mix things up, now we are discussing everything without the tax chapter. Then we will discuss and negotiate the fiscal chapter.”
News that is being updated.-