The UCR of Necochea demands priority from the provincial government in gas works for schools

The UCR of Necochea demands priority from the provincial government in gas works for schools
The UCR of Necochea demands priority from the provincial government in gas works for schools

The Emiliano Abásolo Committee of the UCR, together with radical councilors, issued a statement in response to the critical situation that Secondary School No. 7 of Necochea is going through due to the lack of heating due to infrastructure problems in the gas system. In the statement, they express deep concern about the lack of response from the provincial government to the structural problems of the district’s schools, denouncing the lack of foresight and neglect of the educational system.

The full statement is as follows:

“During the last week we witnessed the educational community of Secondary School No. 7 being made aware of the enormous inconvenience that the lack of heating means for this and other establishments due to different infrastructure problems in their buildings.

Since December, ENARGAS has been inspecting establishments in the district with the worrying consequence of the removal of meters in some of them, a situation that we analyzed together with the block of councilors and the school counselor and which inevitably yields a sad conclusion: the lack of responses from the provincial government to the structural problems of the district’s schools, the lack of foresight in basic issues, the abandonment of the educational system.

It is from the notoriety that the problem gained through the public demonstrations of students, directors, teachers, cooperators and members of the educational community of the 7th Secondary School that we consider it pertinent to accompany the claim to the provincial government for the completion of a work that Due to its cost, it exceeds the competence of the School Council and requires the prompt implementation of the necessary mechanisms for the municipality to call for bids that will be covered with provincial funds. These efforts must be a priority to respond quickly to demands.

We regret to affirm that this situation was well known for a long time by the authorities, we also know that the controls by ENARGAS became more exhaustive, we learned of a survey of the schools that needed urgent repairs for the safety of their communities and yet we continue with the uncertainty of how and when the purchase of the boilers will be made in secondary 7.

It is for the above reasons that from the Emiliano Abásolo Committee, the block of councilors and the School Counselor of the UCR we request that PRIORITY be given to the work of restoring heating in Secondary School No. 7, as well as the necessary gas works in the rest of the district’s educational establishments, reaffirming that education is an inalienable right contemplated in our National and Provincial Constitution.

CAROLA BERTOLDI, President of the Emiliano Abásolo Committee

SANDRA CAROLINA RODRÍGUEZ, UCR School Counselor

ALEJANDRO BIDEGAIN, President of the Block of UCR Councilors

GONZALO DIEZ, Councilor

ADRIANA PÉREZ, Councilor

RODRIGO IRIGOYEN, Councilor

This statement was signed by the Emiliano Abásolo Committee of the UCR and the radical councilors, who urge the community to join the claim and demand answers from the relevant authorities.

 
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