According to the Interinstitutional Committee, the point that now bogs down the Census Law is the redistribution of seats

According to the Interinstitutional Committee, the point that now bogs down the Census Law is the redistribution of seats

November 24, 2022, 9:50 PM

November 24, 2022, 9:50 PM

The spokesperson for the Inter-institutional Committee and Secretary for International Relations, Manfredo Bravo, stated that the census bill is expected to be worked on in time and material so that until tonight or at dawn on Friday it is approved and sent to the Senate Chamber. However, it appears that a bogged down in the Constitution committee for a disagreement regarding the redistribution of seats

He indicated that the expectation of the Santa Cruz authorities is that the legislative initiative do not get bogged down in Deputiessince it is not optimal for the Movimiento Al Socialismo (MAS) to continue delaying the project, since in the opposition there is a consensus framework to make the law viable.

Earlier, the president of the Constitution Commission, Juan José Jáuregui, reported that there is 95% progress in the project prepared by the three political forces: We believe, Citizen Community and the MAS.

However, the disagreement in the treatment caused the session to be delayed, the point of contention would be the redistribution of seats.

“We are all waiting for what may happen,” Bravo said on Thursday night.

According to the spokesman, the Constitution commission is expected to conclude with shaping the drafting of the project, which consists of a single article and two paragraphs. He explained that in the second paragraph there is a lack of clarity in the term of when the redistribution of seats would be applied and the electoral system.

Manfredo said that once the treatment is reinstated, it should be approved in the next few hours so that until the weekend have a law from both chambers and that it be sent to the Executive.

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