The governor of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, and the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa, woke up in Mar del Plata and analyzed the implications of the Supreme Court ruling on co-participation in Buenos Aires accounts.
The meeting was communicated by Kicillof on his social networks. “With Sergio Massa in an extensive work meeting in Mar del Plata. Among other issues, we evaluate the progress of the record season and the loss caused by the Court’s ruling to favor Larreta over the accounts of the province and its 135 municipalities,” the Buenos Aires governor tweeted, to which the head of the Palacio de Hacienda he retweeted.
Although it was not his own statement, it is the first statement that Massa has made regarding the Supreme Court ruling on co-participation, and after the impeachment project against the members of the highest court entered the Deputies.
The meeting takes place at a time when the Tigrense man maintains absolute silence about the request for impeachment of the Court judges, since he continues to focus on managing the economy to be able to show results in the face of an election year.
However, Massa has three deputies on the Impeachment Committee who were expected to stand behind the ruling party. The question was settled this week, after they participated in the meeting of the 16 members of the FdT in that commission and ratified their accompaniment.
That majority would allow its approval in commission but the FdT does not have the qualified majority of two thirds of the lower house that they need.
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