The names that make up the commission that will evaluate the pension reform

The names that make up the commission that will evaluate the pension reform
The names that make up the commission that will evaluate the pension reform

The Commission for the Reform of the Santa Fe Pension System that the Legislature created days ago will be launched on Wednesday the 19th. Executive Branch officials, senators, deputies and union representatives will discuss the future of retirements in the province.

As established in article 4, the commission will be made up of the presidents of the Constitutional Affairs and General Legislation Commissions of the Chamber of Senators and the Chamber of Deputies. The senator of the San Justo Department, Rodrigo Borla, will be in charge of the presidency and Pablo Farias will be the vice president.

There will be six senators, eight deputies, four representatives of the Executive Branch and four members of the unions.

Among the senators will be: Raúl Gramajo of 9 de Julio; Esteban Motta from San Martín; Hugo Rassetto Iriondo; Oscar Dolzani of San Javier; Rubén Pirola for Las Colonias and Alcides Calvo for Castellanos. Regarding the deputies, the surnames between the different blocks were still being finalized, but they appear among those confirmed: José Corral, Gisel Mahmud, Astrid Hummel, Rubén Galassi, and Walter Agosto.

The government of Maximiliano Pullaro, for its part, chose to exempt the ministers from being part of the Commission. He then appointed Jorge Boasso, Secretary of Social Security; Alicia Berzero, Provincial Director of the Retirement and Pension Fund; Malena Azario, Secretary of Human Resources and Public Function and Julia Tonero, in charge of the Legal and Technical Secretary.

For their part, the four unions that make up the commission are: ATE, UPCN, Amsafé and Festram. In this regard, the Law indicates that the sectors that do not make up the Commission “may designate an assistant, who will be authorized to participate in the scheduled meetings.”

 
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