After Javier Milei asked her to resign, Flavia Royon published a message on her social networks after midnight. The now former Secretary of Mining of the Nation wished the President the best and assured that she will continue working “for the future of the country.”
The decision was made after the Omnibus Law failed in the Chamber of Deputies, Javier Milei blamed the legislators who voted against the Executive project and targeted the governors directly. Royon is from Salta and was an official in Gustavo Sáenz's government in her province.
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Royón expressed himself on networks after his resignation. (Capture: X/@FlaviaRoyon)
“This afternoon I put my resignation at the disposal of the President of the Nation, to whom I wish the greatest success in his efforts to achieve the development of our country in general and mining in particular,” was the first post he wrote.
Immediately afterwards, she added another post to the thread: “Convinced that it is one of the activities that will allow economic growth and with high local impact, I will continue working for the future of my province and my country.”
The former Secretary of Mining assured that she will continue working for the future of the country. (Capture: X/@FlaviaRoyon)
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To close, she showed her gratitude to Milei and her team: “I am grateful for having been called and especially thank you to the work team that accompanied me.”
Flavia Royon, the Sáenz official who arrived with Massa and stayed
In August 2022, Flavia Royon was appointed by Sergio Massa as Darío Martínez's replacement at the head of the Energy Secretariat.
Royon jumped from Salta to national management, after a long career in the private sector, as a business union leader. She served as Secretary of Mining and Energy of the province of Salta, appointed by Governor Gustavo Sáenz. In addition, she chaired the provincial Economic and Social Council and was the representative before national organizations for the creation of a Nuclear Medicine Center in the local territory.
Flavia Royon when she was an official at the Ministry of Economy under Sergio Massa (Photo: NA – Daniel Vides).
After the libertarian took office, Royon remained in public office seeking the support of Sáenz. Given the rejection of the deputies who respond to the Salteño to the articles of the Omnibus Law, the official was displaced.