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Pablo López and a new attack on Durand’s administration: he wants to cut the advertising of news programs

Pablo López and a new attack on Durand’s administration: he wants to cut the advertising of news programs
Pablo López and a new attack on Durand’s administration: he wants to cut the advertising of news programs

SALTA- Since joining La Libertad Avanza, the councilor Paul Lopez has carried out a strong campaign to ensure that the Municipality of Salta shows greater transparency regarding advertising. On this point, López launched a proposal for news programs to stop receiving state aid.

“You voted for me to control where your money goes. And you know that a lot of that money goes to finance news programs,” said the councilor from his Instagram account. It should be remembered that there are many councilors who have a radio, television or streaming program.

In another part of his video, the LLA councillor He said: “Proposal, I do not want any of the advertising guidelines to end up in the hands of officials, councilors and as we know that once the law is made, the trap is set, I also want it not to end up in the hands of relatives, because it is the easiest way to avoid the law.”

“So, all these TV shows, websites, do like I did with my program Reading, private financing” he said. Paul Lopez. Finally, he sent a strong message against the political spaces that currently carry out this type of actions. “It is not so difficult to suck the teat of the State,” concluded the councilor from Salta.

Pablo Lopez’s agreement

On more than one occasion, the libertarian councilor complained of having submitted several reports but never receiving a response. Therefore, in a conversation with journalist Jorge Calvo, he revealed that he shares the same discontent with the rest of the councilors. Therefore, they unified criteria and reached a measure so that the officials deign to respond.

In this regard, Pablo López revealed that “Fortunately, the decision was favorable and we all agree to increase the amount of fines for municipal officials who do not respond to requests for information. And what we propose is to increase the amount of the fine to one thousand tax units.”

 
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