After taking office, Sturzenegger announced that he will promote an entrance exam for state workers

After taking office, Sturzenegger announced that he will promote an entrance exam for state workers
After taking office, Sturzenegger announced that he will promote an entrance exam for state workers

Federico Sturzenegger took office on Friday as the new Minister of Deregulation and TransformationThe economist will have his third stint in a National administration, in this case with the aim of “unblocking” the Argentine economy and de-bureaucratizing the State.

Among the first measures that he anticipated that In this new stage, one of the initiatives that will be sought is to promote an entrance exam for those who wish to work in the national public administration.

According to the former president of the Central Bank, his intention is to “develop an administrative career.” “The agenda for transformation is to accompany the reform of the State using the powers of the Bases Law. Also to develop an administrative career whose essential aspect will be a civil service entrance exam like the one used in countries with professional civil service.”

He added: “The anonymous entrance exam will allow us to leave behind the nightmare of a state plagued by political sycophants that good Argentines do not deserve and that violate the spirit of our Constitution of separating politics from public employment.”

Along the same lines, Sturzenegger pointed out that “the stability of public employees is understood to prevent a government from changing officials to replace them with addicts. Kirchnerism used this laudable objective for the opposite: filling the State with militants every time a mandate ends.”

 
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