of Accountability delivered this Wednesday the 30th to the National Parliament, the Executive Power foresees a reinforcement for sectors such as education, science and technology, and public security. In addition, it estimates, by 2022, the creation of some 40,000 new jobs in Uruguay.
The interim vice president of the Republic, Graciela Bianchi, received the Rendering of Accounts and the Budget Execution Balance, from the economic team, headed by the Minister of Economy and Finance, Azucena Arbeleche; the undersecretary of the portfolio, Alejandro Irastorza; the director of the Office of Planning and Budget (OPP), Isaac Alfie, and other members.
The project, which must be studied by the Legislative Branch, continues on the path outlined in the National Budget, with economic growth of around 4.8%, “one percentage point above what we estimated in February,” said Arbeleche. , at a press conference, on Monday 27, in the Executive Tower.
On that occasion, the chief recalled that the increase occurred within the framework of the generation of jobs and added that in 2021 almost all the jobs lost during the pandemic were recovered.
The Rendering of Accounts presented this Thursday night foresees reinforcements in areas such as education, science and technology, and security. Presidency