“We must take care of the public education of the people of Tucumán,” said Jaldo

“We must take care of the public education of the people of Tucumán,” said Jaldo
“We must take care of the public education of the people of Tucumán,” said Jaldo

The governor referred to the national march and the university strike that will take place tomorrow throughout the country.

The governor, Osvaldo Jaldohe said at a press conference about tomorrow’s mobilization in the more than 50 public universities in the country in demand, among other issues, for the budget update for the financing of study houses.

The president assured: “The universities had cuts like Justice. Today the 2023 budget is in force, since the 2024 budget was not approved; and after having such a large inflationary process, all national and provincial organizations have a budget problem.”

“We must take care of public education and that is what we have been doing in Tucumán,” Jaldo asserted.

And he added that “just as we take care of the health of the people of Tucuman through the Provincial Health System, we take care of the equation in public schools, we pay the teaching incentive and use it with our own resources to be able to continue with the progress of works in the schools that we were being built and were left without national financing. We will continue to have the budget problem.”

On the progress

Tomorrow’s university march aims to massively express the rejection of budget cuts to public universities and dissatisfaction with some government measures that go against scientific investment, in technology and education. In addition, there is a claim for university salaries that were below inflation.

 
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