While Corrientes said there is no rush, Misiones accesses $20 billion for public works

While Corrientes said there is no rush, Misiones accesses $20 billion for public works
While Corrientes said there is no rush, Misiones accesses $20 billion for public works

While Corrientes said there is no rush, Misiones accesses $20 billion for public works

The neighboring province will sign agreements this week with Minister Francos to reactivate national public works in that district. The governor of Corrientes said last Friday 06/14 that his administration is in no hurry on this issue.

The government of the province of Misiones is preparing to deepen the restart of public works, with a meeting scheduled for this Tuesday, 06/18, with the chief of staff, Guillermo Francos. Half of the major works undertaken by the Nation in Misiones are paralyzed and an agreement for $20 billion is planned for companies to restart tasks. In his own words, it is so that “money can be mobilized to be able to finish national works that were left unfinished in more than half of the missionary municipalities,” he said last Friday, June 14, before the mayors of the entire province.

In Corrientes the situation is far from the efforts and work carried out by governors of the region, the president of Corrientes stated last Friday that his administration is in no hurry to reactivate national public works.

And the province of Corrientes must evaluate what works to do and know which ones it will be able to finance, the most relevant of which are the National Route 12 and Route 126 highway.


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