“We are in a polar wave and many schools do not have gas”

“We are in a polar wave and many schools do not have gas”
“We are in a polar wave and many schools do not have gas”

The councilor of the Radical Civic Union (UCR) Emiliano Bursese He reiterated the claim to the mayor Julian Alvarez and to the governor Axel Kicillof due to the lack of gas in several schools in the district days into winter.

“We are in a polar wave, with temperatures that will drop to one degree in the coming days, and many schools in Lanús do not have gas. We have submitted a request for reports so that Lanús can take the necessary steps with the Province, but “The local ruling party did not support the request in the last session”denounced the radical councilor in an interview with Southern Politics.

Bursesewho also confided that he was the father of an affected student, as well as a councilor, emphasized the desperation of parents and the educational community in the midst of the polar cold wave.

“It is unacceptable that, with the cold we are experiencing, students have to attend classes without heating. We need immediate answers. How is it possible that at least the provision of gas stoves has not been managed?” he questioned.

The white beret leader highlighted the importance of municipal and provincial authorities working together to resolve this crisis.

“The Municipality has a fundamental role in leading this claim. We cannot continue postponing solutions when it comes to the health and well-being of our children,” he said.

Besides, Bursese criticized the lack of coordination between different levels of government. “It is unacceptable that, being all part of the same political space, they have not agreed to solve this problem. The education and safety of our children must be a top priority,” she said.

Along these lines, the councilor warned that the situation in Lanús is critical and? If immediate measures are not taken, they could be forced to take actions like those of “last year when we saw students taking blankets to schools in La Plata.”

“We don’t want to get to that in Lanús, but we do not rule out any measure to guarantee that our children can study in decent conditions,” he concluded.

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