Buenos Aires mayors unite once again to indict Axel Kitsiloff

Buenos Aires mayors unite once again to indict Axel Kitsiloff

Buenos Aires mayors unite once again to indict Axel Kitsiloff

Without speaking of candidates, they met at Balkars; They agreed to request more resources from the provincial government; It was confirmed that the works are directed to the official municipalities

Together mayors met again in Balcarce, Buenos Aires
Together mayors met again in Balcarce, Buenos Aires

LA PLATA.- After two years without meeting, Intendants of Together Province of Buenos Aires Today, they were reunited with the need to reconcile differences by 2023. However, they did not talk about the candidates, but they agreed to criticize the leadership of the governor. Axel Kitsilo and report a Direction of public works in all front-run municipalities.

The meeting, which took place in the city of Balkars, was attended by 52 community leaders who make up the Forum of Mayors Together. “There was no discussion about the candidates. It was clearly an agenda of economic issues in relation to the province.”said the three present at the consultation meeting . Among those present was only one female mayor, Soledad Martinez (Vicente López).

According to sources consulted, the mayors were assured that they had already lost 60 percent of their purchasing power this year due to the erosion of inflation and demanded that Municipal Infrastructure Fund (FIM). This proposal has already been accepted separately by the UCR and Pro mayors in Kitsilof, the government headquarters in La Plata.

At the meeting held by A The apartment that belonged to Juan Manuel FangioAnalyzed municipal job closures this 2022 and what lies ahead in 2023. The main claim of the province was that Jobs and security funds which have been affected by inflation and delays in implementation.

Mayors of Trenque Lauquen, La Plata Balcarce and Tres de Febrero
Mayors of Trenque Lauquen, La Plata Balcarce and Tres de Febrero

“In a time of economic suffering and uncertainty, the way to improve the lives of the people of Buenos Aires is to create more. Decentralization of fundsIn order for the local government to be the closest to the neighbors and with the tools to solve their problems,” said the mayors’ statement. They also noted the “importance of a Fair distribution of funds and workswith transparency as to how much and how they are distributed in the province”.

There is an index in the eye of the storm unique distribution coefficient (CUD), an indicator that arms the province and has been the subject of controversy over census data in the area. In particular, due to the alleged manipulation of data slaughterhouse in the 2010 census, which will help this suburban district distribute funds for more than a decade.

“It is necessary to find a solution to the economic imbalance in the country Municipal Infrastructure Fund, which makes it difficult to perform the planned works – warned the opposition mayors -. Certainty is also needed in terms of security resources, given that Security Fund. In both cases, it is worthwhile for the province to accompany the municipalities in order to achieve the goals agreed and committed to with their neighbors,” they argue.

In this first meeting where Together’s intentions began to question the axes of the formation of the alliance until 2023, also analyzed existing projects on how to achieve municipal autonomy at the provincial level, as required by the national constitution. The mayors agreed that “municipal autonomy is the best way to bring better services and public policies to the people of Buenos Aires.”

At the political-electoral level, the mayors of Together must decide which gubernatorial candidate they will support in 2023: the verification goes to the deputies. Diego Santil i Christian Ritondo, both from Pro; or ultimately radical Martin Tetaz. It is also not excluded that one of the communists will finally stand together with the “unified candidate”.

Source: La Nacion

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