Kicillof claimed for the co-participation of resources that were taken “from Buenos Aires”.
Governor Axel Kicillof asserted this Monday at the beginning of the new period of regular sessions of the Legislature, “the right to the future” of the people of Buenos Aires, against the ruling Justice in relation to the co-participation of funds; Facing the election process, he called on the political government to commit “to the defense of the interests” of the district, centered on the recovery of “the resources that were taken” from the province by the Supreme Court for the benefit of the state. from Buenos Aires
This was expressed in the context of the opening speech to the 16th period of the ordinary sessions of the Legislature, in which he suggested that he would seek re-election, to highlight the achievements of the administration, and to ask “inconvenient and worrying” questions. President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was “persecuted and banned”.
After the act of suspending the next Wednesday due to the power of the black million users was affected, the president attended the speeches before the Legislature when he gave outside, in the vicinity of the Chamber of Deputies, 3 hours and 5 minutes. a hundred soldiers
“Today is the opening of the last sessions for me, or at least the last of this first step; it will take time, but mainly the provinces who decide”, he declared and then affirmed: “Elect everyone who aspires or aspires to govern this province, we commit to protecting their interests “.
Regarding the connection with the national republic, the President thanked both the President and the Vice President for showing a “concrete commitment” to the region through “resources and works”, and especially the support of the Head of State “for the petition for the inconvenient government of the Supreme Court in the resources of our province”.
In this sense, he analyzed that in the provincial territory “a good part of the resources that are missing and contribute to the system of co-participation” demanded that the current generations of Buenos Aires leaders “recover the resources that have been taken away from our province”.
“I commend the county for ruling on our objections before the Court.”
Thus, he proposed to the Legislature “to collaborate for the recovery of the resources that were taken by the people of Buenos Aires” and called all the seats “to be a commission designed to permanently reclaim the resources of the people” of Buenos Aires and of the 135 municipalities, whoever is in charge.
“Governor, I ask all those who are affected to govern this province to commit themselves to this just and historical request,” he emphasized, adding that the ruling of the court in co-participation is “a crime” because he said “it consecrates privileges. Injustice and legitimacy hinders the right to progress of the people of Good Aires”.
Later, he argued that the supreme court “is unfair to the ruler who takes resources from all the provinces to give to the richest city in the country”, and emphasized: “We do not need the media and the political leaders of Buenos Aires to continue showing. All that is missing is what we need, so that those from they took from us and the united country, and returned it to us.
“We respect the rights of teachers and educators, we present a prompt dialogue, we invest and work in the transformation of content. In this area, the only privileged ones are boys and girls,” confirmed Kicillof.
In addition, he contrasts his administration in educational matters with that carried out by his predecessor, Maria Eugenia Vidal, when referring to “the schools of rural and closed islands”, he affirmed in the same sense as in the administration of teachers or union representatives. they are respected and listened to for those who are “stigmatized”.
“Instead of reducing the educational budget, it is increased; we will have more and better classes, we have no doubts,” he added.
In this context, he asked the opposition “for Congress to approve the creation of four universities for our province”, with a proposal that creates new national universities in Pilar, Ezeiza, Cuenca del Salado and Delta del Saladillo, whose negotiation is underway. still pending in the lower house.
In his review of the government’s education, he concluded: “During the pandemic” they cried “to open the schools”. We opened the schools. And if they really wanted us to open schools, let them celebrate that we have already opened 150 new ones. ones in 3 years”.
Afterwards, Kicillof warned that in the elections in the year “society will have to choose which path to follow”, he stated that “to govern is to defend, execute and expand rights, not privileges”, and said that “the dilemma this year will be between right and rights.
He said “Peronism has always defended the right to a future for all, not a few”.
Addressing the opposition at the provincial level, he urged the blocks of the Legislature to pass laws to repeal the Banco Province pension reform, which was approved in the Vidal administration, and “strengthen IOMA”. the social work of the people of Buenos Aires.
He also announced that his administration will continue to “prioritize responses in the health system” and that during the pandemic “no citizen of Buenos Aires will be left without medical assistance”.
In the economic environment, he noted the statistics of the country, considering that “unemployment is 11% in 2019 and is now 8%”, although “he thinks this is insufficient”.
“We need to review the redistributive strategies: to get the wage and the crisis,” he observed.
On the other hand, the record times in tourism, mentioned the Banco Province, once again highlighted, now investing its resources to produce development and thinking “to move to a more progressive tax structure”.
In his public works, he revived a famous phrase from Peron to note that “doing better than tweeting”; He also reviewed the hydraulic works completed in the area, roads, pavements, housing, sewers and drinking water to finally highlight that they generate employment and economic activity.
“No one is saying that everything is solved, but the resources we put in them will improve the lives of people both in the suburbs and in the interior, governed by our political power and opposition,” he said.
Regarding the security axis, he stated that the problem “requires comprehensive and multidisciplinary action”, as it is “one of the most serious problems in the area”.
“The experience of the previous government (due to the Vidal administration) shows that there is no communication plan that can replace the lack of a real security plan,” he said.
When he drew his administration’s account in this matter, he noted that “in one day” he worked on “initiatives, strategies and scientific evidence to have a better force of the police of Buenos Aires”, since “many candidates teach security classes on television, but they are funded for the security forces.
Although the statistics from the Prosecutor’s Office mentioned this system of improvement in criminal indicators, such as certainly murder, he acknowledged that this is “not enough” because “every event of crime or robbery is to be avoided”.
“It is not appropriate to talk about successes but about progress in a serious problem, because a lot needs to be done”, the president continued, adding that his administration has launched “a historic investment to strengthen the police”.
In this sense, he explained that his administration will continue to “work seriously and responsibly to have a safer and more organized province, with a more prompt and human force”, and indicated that when “issues are not enough, they require stability and stability”. training”.
“There is still a lot to do to protect society, but we will do it without empty slogans, but with serious and planned work. I find it unfair to market or make payments, using the fear or pain of our society.” is closed
In this context, he highlighted the government’s implementation of “the largest prison infrastructure project in the history of the province”, with the construction of 12,000 new places, he said, in order to reduce recidivism, in addition to promoting it. for the improvement of education in prisons, industrial centers are opened to promote employment and training in the arts.
When looking ahead to the near future, he has developed a series of plans that will generate “wealth in the area” in the coming years with “many jobs”, but will also “equalize the different geographical regions” and “equalize”. will guarantee a happier future.”
In this series of projects, which he mentioned in the Río de la Plata Maria Magdalena Canal; the maintenance and improvement of the main waters of the Paraná and the rivers of Paraguay; exploitation of oil; the development of the Néstor Kirchner gas pipeline and the project of the integration of roads, railways and the ports of Buenos Aires.
Kicillof then referred to the electoral situation, stating that in 2023 the Argentine people – and therefore the society of Buenos Aires – “will decide how they want to build their lot”.
“The provincial government must be close to producing solutions that are worthwhile for the lives of the people of Buenos Aires. There will be elections this year. I consider myself part of this town and therefore I also have the right and duty to choose,” he said.
And he added: “I choose so that we can have a deep political discussion in the campaign, without experiencing savings and empty slogans.” I would like all of us who aspire to or affect this province to commit ourselves to defending its interests. violence and hatred “I choose full democracy and I choose without prohibitions. I choose that we continue to work for the collective lot, for the entire province, more equal opportunities, greater social justice” he insisted.
Finally, he stated that “in the province of Buenos Aires and throughout our Argentina, there are still many needs to be solved in a society divided by intolerable inequalities” and he invited the legislators to “continue progress in the future”.
Provincial senators and representatives in the Legislature were present together with the full box of Buenos Aires plus mayors, trade unionists, leaders of the rural and industrial sectors.
Among the personalities present were the Minister of Social Development of the Nation, Victoria Tolosa Paz; the head of the Grand Plaza de Mayo, Estela de Carlotto, and the general secretary of the Truckers union, Hugo Moyano.
Present were the president of the Buenos Aires Supreme Court, Hilda Kogan; attorney for the national treasury, Carlos Zannini; national senator Juliana Di Tullio; national managers Daniel Gollan, Hugo Yasky, Facundo Manis and Didacus Santilli; the head of Banco Nación, Silvina Batakis, and the Attorney General of Buenos Aires, Hernán Gómez.