Macri complained to the Nation about the ruling on co-participation

Macri complained to the Nation about the ruling on co-participation
Macri complained to the Nation about the ruling on co-participation

Mauricio Macri, former president of Argentina, posted a message on his social media. “We all know that without institutions there will be no justice, no progress, no growth, no well-being, no investments,” he said.

Former President Mauricio Macri asked the national government to comply with the ruling on co-participation that favors the Buenos aires city. To this end, he published a message on his social networks in which he said: “The sacrifice What are you all doing? Argentines requires a exemplary governmentwhat comply with the law in the same way that it demands it.”

“Since before being a government We support the current president. We knew that he would face an explosive economic and social situation, and without any conditions or speculation We support him in his initiatives, especially in the materialization of the strategic Ley Bases,” Macri recalled on his social network account. X.

However, he considered that “there is a prior condition even more important than creating new laws, and that is to comply with existing ones, especially, comply with the irrevocable rulings issued by the Supreme Court.”

“That is the case of the co-participation debt that the Nation has with the City of Buenos Aires. I have no doubt that complying with the rulings is the President’s will, because we all know that without institutions (and there are no institutions if the rules are not followed), there will be no justice, no progress, no growth, no well-being, no investments,” he stressed.

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