José Mayans ironic about the removal of coparticipation from the City: “The President was lazy, there were two points”

The senator for the ruling party redoubled the Government’s bet against Horacio Rodríguez Larreta

As the tension between Alberto Fernandez and the head of the Buenos Aires government, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, the head of the Senate bloc of the Frente de Todos, José Mayans, launched an ironic comment regarding the decision of the Casa Rosada to remove a point from the share percentage to the City to grant it to the province of Buenos Aires, which leads Axel Kicillof.

“The President has spoken for a long time about building a fairer Argentina, and he says that it is the most federal of Buenos Aires. And I believe that the President was lazy, because he deducted a point from something illegitimate, when it was the two points “, said the senator from Formosa, related to the vice president Cristina Kirchner, during the conflictive session this afternoon.

Mayans thus redoubled the commitment of the ruling party in his onslaught against the government of the city of Buenos Aires, which leads the a benchmark for Together for Change Rodríguez Larreta. “The City of Buenos Aires has the highest per capita income in the country, it is the most unfair,” he argued.

“The President spoke about this issue in La Matanza. It is in favor of the capital. Nobody no one performs in a place that does not take place. Passing General Paz there are people with serious problems, and that is the country they want. It was missing that they gave chocolates to the monkeys, in the squares of the Federal Capital. And after General Paz there are people who have problems with education and health, because the population has grown, many people go to Buenos Aires because there is the center of decisions and work, “he launched.

And he insisted: “The President was prudent, he made a point, but it should have been a colon. “

A week ago, given the impossibility of resolving the demands of the Buenos Aires police, the President announced that it would redirect more than one point of the Buenos Aires coparticipation towards the Buenos Aires coffers.

The measure caused discomfort among the Buenos Aires authorities, who presented an appeal to the Supreme Court to stop it. They allege that the decision was unilateral and that it represents a significant reduction in the resources available to the City in the context of the crisis caused by the pandemic of coronavirus.

This afternoon, in the remote session that took place in the Senate, thorny issues were debated, especially the removal of three judges that bothered Cristina Kirchner, finally approved. In this context, and between darts between the ruling party and the opposition, Mayans fired the conflict with the City.

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