Ricardo Quintela assured that La Rioja has “zero deficit and fiscal balance”

Ricardo Quintela assured that La Rioja has “zero deficit and fiscal balance”
Ricardo Quintela assured that La Rioja has “zero deficit and fiscal balance”

The governor spoke about the Green Bond debt, with criticism of the Nation. In addition, he referred to the new tax that seeks to guarantee the operation of school cafeterias.

12:46 | Monday, May 6, 2024 | La Rioja, Argentina | Fenix ​​Multiplatform

In a press conference, Governor Ricardo Quintela assured that La Rioja has “zero deficit and fiscal balance.”

In that sense, he mentioned that the Green Bond debt is in a renegotiation process.

“If there was a failure on the part of the provincial state to comply with the established deadlines, it was not because we wanted to,” he remarked, and added: “It is as if you made the provisions to pay the payment for your house, and a month before they fired you from work and you don’t have the salary to pay it. It is a problem external to your possibility.”

That is why Quintela pointed out against the nation: “they owe us 9 months of the resources from the sharing fund, and it is very difficult to live like this,” he asserted.

On the other hand, he referred to the new tax on large taxpayers that was approved in La Rioja, where the proceeds will be allocated to school cafeterias.

“It is not easy to give a glass of milk to 57 thousand students every day. The idea is that these funds go to that, to guarantee the nutrition of the children after the nation cut it. It is a one-time tax law, and if it goes well we can repeat it again,” said the governor.

He considered that “if those who have the most collaborated with those who have the least, “we would avoid a lot of social problems.”


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