Misiones resumed the sanction of laws linked to and identity

Misiones resumed the sanction of laws linked to and identity
Misiones resumed the sanction of laws linked to health and identity

In its second ordinary session, the House of Representatives once again considered and legislated in favor of patients in clear support of the State. As well as respect for the identity of the Mbya Guaraní ethnic people.

The missionary Parliament created a Program for the treatment and rehabilitation of people with physical and cognitive difficulties

In addition, the missionary deputies approved the creation of the Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Recovery Program for patients with pelvic floor dysfunctions, as well as the Provincial Registry of Interpreters and Translators of the Guaraní Mbya language-culture.

This Thursday, in the second session of the 2024 legislative cycle, the House of Representatives discussed projects related to health and education. Firstly, Parliament addressed and turned into Law a project whose purpose is to recover, disseminate, revalue, prioritize and preserve the Guaraní Mbya Language-Culture and promote the protection of cultural identity and pre-existing ethnicity, within a framework of respect. , preserving the ancestral legacy of the missionary Guaraní communities. The approved legal text also creates the Provincial Registry of Interpreters and Translators of the Guaraní Mbya language-culture.


They inaugurated the Kagiva ball factory in Posadas, with 30 direct jobs and an estimated production of 50,000 balls per month

With the presence of Vice Governor Lucas Romero Spinelli, the inauguration of the new Kagiva sports ball factory in the Posadas Industrial and Innovation Park (PIIP) took place this Wednesday afternoon.

Kagiva is a Brazilian company whose headquarters is located in the city of Vicentina, in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, which designs and produces balls as a world-class player and is one of the suppliers of the Argentine Football Association ( AFA).


Misiones strengthened its comprehensive security with technological advances in security and greater presence in the territory

The province of Misiones has experienced significant technological development in the field of security. With the implementation of advanced surveillance systems and active presence in the field, the region has improved its capacity to prevent and respond to emergency situations. All of this aims to improve the impact on citizen security with the technological innovations that have been incorporated to improve the effectiveness of the province’s comprehensive security.

In an effort to strengthen security and emergency response, the Government of Misiones has implemented a comprehensive security system. This system includes a large deployment of interconnected surveillance cameras and a Comprehensive 911 Operations Center equipped with cutting-edge technology. In addition, the aim is also to strengthen the presence in the territory and reinforce investment in technology, especially in rural areas. In addition, it constantly renews its police vehicles, and currently, about 80% of the vehicle fleet is less than 3 years old.


They are evaluating incorporating an exclusive telephone line to address Mental Health problems

The director of Mental Health of the Ministry of Public Health, Nicolás Aranda, considered that the benefits for this area are fundamental and as such not only the State must provide care but also the private part.

“I believe that it is a wake-up call for social works and for members to also claim that Mental Health benefits are fundamental because Mental Health is part of comprehensive health, not just a little verse that we repeat, Those of us who work on this, but we see it,” he said.

According to Aranda, many times it is something that is left aside and then turned to the other side because those who suffer from a mental illness do not take care of the rest of their health either and this is later seen in other hospitalizations, in chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, which go hand in hand. “So these are things that we have to take into account and that people have to claim their right to mental health. From the State we are going to make the greatest possible effort to absorb all the demand that comes to us because that is the commitment we have to the people,” she stated.


Council of the Judiciary, with about 15 competitions in the pipeline for the selection of candidates in the Judicial Branch

“You have to take that Competition, go through a personal interview, the members are the Superior Court, the Association of Magistrates, the Bar Association, deputies, the Executive Branch, in other words, it is very diverse and beyond the fact that there are people that you know, there are “I have to be there, participate and say why I do,” explained the head of the Superior Court of Justice, Rosanna Pía Venchiarutti Sartori. She presided over the presentation of the work in commemoration of the 20 years of the Council of the Judiciary of the Province of Misiones entitled “Creation, trajectory and territorial deployment of missionary justice in the 21st century.”

Venchiarutti pointed out that the Council evaluates the issue of human rights and others. The shortlist is then raised to the Executive Branch. The Governor chooses a name from that list and sends it to the Legislature. “Then you have to go through a Public Hearing and then you have to go through the vote of the deputies in a plenary session, so it is not easy to be a Judge, it is not easy to be a Prosecutor, it is not easy to be a Defender and it is truly an indirect democracy,” Venchiarutti noted.


In Misiones, the Government evaluates finishing the provincial public works that are in an advanced state, given the withdrawal of the Nation

The Minister of Finance, Adolfo Safrán, specified this, indicating that “in a complex context in which around 50 thousand people have been directly or indirectly affected by the decline in national public works, the Government of Misiones is evaluating the situation of provincial public works, prioritizing the completion of those that are in an advanced state.”

He made the announcement when reporting on the meetings he held with Roque Soboczinski, mayor of El Soberbio; and Ramón Arrúa, mayor of Capioví. “In both meetings we were reviewing with the community leaders the situation of those infrastructure works that are in an advanced state of execution to evaluate their reactivation and completion.”

Gauto: “The Knowledge Park never received a currency from the Nation, it is supported by provincial resources and we are generating our own income”

The president of the Knowledge Park, Claudia Gauto, highlighted in statements to the Cadena de Noticias program that is broadcast on the C6Digital signal that last year about 150,000 people attended. “We have all had a great commitment as a work team and we have really adapted to the budgetary reality that all State agencies are having,” she observed.

He stressed that the Knowledge Park never received “a coin” from the national government “neither in the previous government nor this one, so for us the change of national government does not have an impact on our work.”

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