For the RIGI, the Secretary of Industry of the Nation asked the senators of San Juan for support

For the RIGI, the Secretary of Industry of the Nation asked the senators of San Juan for support
For the RIGI, the Secretary of Industry of the Nation asked the senators of San Juan for support

In the midst of the debate of the Bases Law in Senate committees, the speeches at the closing of the 10th Expo San Juan Minera revolved around the need to approve the Large Investment Incentive Regime (RIGI) for the development of the mining throughout the country. In this context, the Secretary of Industry of the Nation, Juan Alberto Pazo, asked the senators from San Juan to “think about the people of San Juan and their well-being” when voting.

In dialogue with HUARPE DIARY, the national official stated that the approval of the RIGI would accelerate the necessary processes so that the mining operations reach the entire country and San Juan on time. Of course, this depends on the Senate’s approval, so Pazo left a message to the San Juan legislators.

“The message is to think about your province and the inhabitants of your province, who are going to be the greatest benefactors of this law. A speaker before me said it very well (Ndr: by Emilio Achem), mining generates quality education and work, in addition to greater economic activity,” he said.

It should be noted that the senator for La Libertad Avanza (LLA), José Peluc, will vote in favor of the Bases Law. On the other hand, his counterpart from Unión por la Patria, Celeste Giménez, announced that his vote will be negative for the entire legal package. The only one who has not yet defined a position is former governor Sergio Uñac, who is under pressure to give the OK for his commitment to mining, but that would imply breaking relations with the UxP bloc in the Senate.

After this, the secretary of the province’s Government, Emilio Achem, stated that it is necessary for the common good to prevail over political ideologies. “We have to recover the common good, which is something that politics has forgotten. There are things that are much more important than the political position of each of us. “That has to do with our quality of life, with our well-being and with our future,” he said.

Fact

This Thursday it was decided to postpone the debate in Senate committees until next week.

 
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