The Chamber of Deputies approved the changes in co-participation with criticism and abstentions

The Chamber of Deputies approved the changes in co-participation with criticism and abstentions
The Chamber of Deputies approved the changes in co-participation with criticism and abstentions

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The Chamber of Deputies approved the Executive’s project on co-participation.

How was the vote for co-participation

According to reports from the Legislature, while the Tax Reform In general, it was voted in favor by 40 legislators, there were three who abstained: Gabriela Lizana, from the Rivadavia Renovador Front, and the Kirchnerist Peronists Valentina Morán and Natalia Vicencio.

Juan Pablo Gulino (PJ) and Cinthia Gómez (La Unión Mendocina) from Maipú voted against the entire law.

While Gustavo Cairo (La Libertad Avanza), Miguel Ronco (UCR, former mayor of Rivadavia) and Mauricio Di Césare (UCR) voted against the chapter of the modification of co-participation, as did Jimena Cogo from Malargüina (La Unión Mendoza).

What is the center of the discussion

The most controversial change is the change in the Fiscal Balance Coefficient. The Co-participating funds are distributed 25% in equal parts to all departments, 65% based on the amount of population and the remaining 10% is this coefficient, which was used precisely to balance the funds of the most neglected departments.

Many of the mayors complained because they assured that changing that article is to favor some departments over others.

For this reason, it was the most conflictive at the time of the vote, since it was done by show of hands. Finally, the half-sanction was achieved and the project passed to the Senate.


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