Guillermo Francos confirmed that the Government will insist on Deputies with Profits, Personal Assets and privatizations

Guillermo Francos confirmed that the Government will insist on Deputies with Profits, Personal Assets and privatizations
Guillermo Francos confirmed that the Government will insist on Deputies with Profits, Personal Assets and privatizations

The Chief of Staff, Guillermo Francostoday ruled out agreements with the dialogue opposition for the Bases Law in the Senate and anticipated that they will insist on the sanction of the Income and Personal Property Tax and privatizations.

Furthermore, in statements to the program “If it passes, it passes”, hosted by Ignacio Ortelli on Radio Rivadavia, Francos explained what happened with this last article.

The official explained that the Government will try to maintain Profits and Personal Assets because it considers it “an issue that would greatly benefit provincial accounts,” and added: “They are very important resources for the provincial coffers.”

Regarding the privatizations of state companies, he confessed: “We didn’t have the votes to approve them. as they had come out, so they had to be removed. But if Deputies insist on privatization, we totally agree.”

“That does not mean that there was an agreement but rather that we did not have the votes, that is why we withdrew it,” he clarified, and added: “In the Senate we have 7 out of 72, if we do not have the votes it will be removed. Our intention was for it to be approved, if we got it out it was because we did not have the votes or the support. “That doesn’t mean we agree with that measure.”

Bases Law: changes in the RIGI

Likewise, he defended the modifications implemented in the Investment Regime for Large Investments (RIGI), but ruled out the elimination of the items in the Upper House. Despite complaints from opposition deputies such as the radical Pablo Blanco, the minister reiterated that the removal of companies was only due to a lack of support.

“It is a government policy to reduce state companies. We believe that they should all be”he reiterated in advance of the call for committees to discuss the project next Thursday.

Likewise, he added: “We want to advance in this process of taking away from the State the decision of companies that are public.”

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This Tuesday the debate in committee will begin in the Lower House to see whether or not the changes introduced in the Senate are accepted.

Guillermo Francos supported Patricia Bullrich and spoke of Sturzenegger

On the other hand, he supported the decision of the Minister of Security, Patricia Bullrich, to displace the Secretary of Security, Vicente Ventura Barreiro, for having tried to “interfere” in a bidding process for food services for the Federal Penitentiary Service.

“If they raised doubts, what they did was correct.“, Francos approved, and added: “She made a decision based on what had happened in a tender that had been taken for the food issue. As the President said, in graphic terms, “I was not going to tolerate any act of corruption.”

Finally, he echoed the potential landing of Federico Sturzenegger in the Cabinet of Javier Milei by maintaining that the powers of the area that he will occupy with ministerial rank still remain to be defined, and that the president “you must agree with what Sturzenegger proposes.”

 
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