The president, Alberto Fernández, began the arrangements for his retirement as former president, which would be about $7 million. The Buenos Aires legislator, Graciela Ocaña, confirmed to TN that the head of the PJ began the procedures to receive the pension benefit. Ocaña announced that she will make a presentation at the ANSES because she believes that retirement “does not correspond” to the former president.
Ocaña criticized: “There are seven million pesos that the former president believes he has earned in his four years as president, a privileged retirement that is a slap in the face to all Argentines, who suffer the consequences of bad measures such as small money plans, while “Retirees were the big losers of the previous model, since they contributed two points of GDP with their losses.”
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The Buenos Aires legislator announced: “We will appear at the ANSES, we believe that (the retirement of Alberto Fernández) is not appropriate, the law sets two conditions, he must not collect any other type of retirement or pension within the system, and he must reside in the country , we will attach several statements in which he said that when he left the presidency he was going to reside in Madrid, which he has done since December 21.”
Ocaña criticized: “Alberto Fernández was responsible for the calamity that retirees are experiencing, in 2020 he suspended retirement mobility and decoupled it from inflation, retirees were the adjustment variable,” in statements to Radio El Observador.
News that is being updated.-