Misiones led the benefit among the NEA provinces that supported the Bases law, receiving almost $3,000 million

The director of the consulting firm Politikon Chaco, Alejandro Pegoraro, He revealed that as a nod to the accompaniments to the Bases Law, the NEA districts that voted hand in hand with Libertad Avanza accumulated some $4.2 billion that the Nation transferred as part of the political agreements with the governors.

As mentioned, the province of Chaco received $800 million, Corrientes $600 million and Misiones received $1.5 billion from ATN and another $1.4 billion from Fonid. While the first two provinces are governed by the UCR, with Leandro Zdero and Gustavo Valdés -respectively-Misiones is managed by the Renewal Front of Concord by Hugo Passalacqua. This last district is central to the success of the Bases Law in the Senate, since the renovators have two seats and have already left Unión por la Patria after the victory of Javier Milei, to negotiate directly with the Casa Rosada. In that sense, the Minister of the Interior Guillermo Francos He already visited Passalacqua before the debate in Deputies.

In statements, the political scientist maintained that “Misiones was obviously the one that received the largest volume of funds, but even so it is still a bad scenario, because for example it received a much larger volume of pesos than other provinces in the region, but its drop in real year-on-year terms is 70% and in the accumulated amount of the first four months of the year, transfers to the provinces are the lowest in at least the last 10 years.”

It should be remembered, in mid-April, Francos was in Misiones, he met with Governor Hugo Passalacqua, and with the political head of the Renewal Front of Social Concord Carlos Rovira; and he also did the same in Santiago del Estero, in Catamarca and in several provinces whose leaders could potentially endorse the sanction of the Base Law. With the Gerardo Zamora from Santiago was not successful. On the other hand the Raúl Jalil from Catamarca (Union for the Homeland) He was in favor of enabling the Government with tools, although later the two senators who responded to him gave no signs of going in that direction.

“There were undoubtedly political rapprochements, negotiations, some type of agreement, because these are the provinces where Francos made the tour, which later somehow had some news in relation to the non-automatic funds that arrived.”

Discretionary transfers

“Non-automatic shipments continue to be at the bottom in the year-on-year comparison, they continue to have drops below 80% in real terms. That is to say, there is not a full recovery, but there were more pesos in relation to what was ordered before, there was progress and we can think that it occurred precisely from this political rally that Francos did and that ends up generating these surprises, for example , with the case of Fonid“said the head of the Chaco consulting firm.

“The Teacher Incentive Fund is extinct today, it no longer exists, but a little of that debt that had remained was begun to be paid for what was accrued in the month of January. So, if you add ATN reception (Contributions from the National Treasury), that Misiones received 1.5 billion pesos, the same as Santa Fe; If you add the progress in the payment of the CUS (Single Health Coverage) program, which was also half delayed, the payment of previous months of operation for hospitals in a large part of the country, you begin to see a kind of change of course, still very incipient,” he said.

Pegoraro He maintained that “it also does not allow us to mark a trend or say that the Nation-province relationship is effectively changing.” “But it is a small advance that makes us think that, between the negotiation for the Bases Law in the Senate, the May Pact, etc., there could be a new Nation-province relationship translated precisely into agreements that imply, on the one hand, support legislative, and in return, the receipt of funds for the provinces,” he concluded.

 
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