This Wednesday, John Manzur presents its management report number 133 before the Chamber of Deputies, where it will announce the march plan that the national government executes from its different portfolios.
the chief of staff received 3,926 questions from legislators from 17 party blocs, so this will be the most extensive report it will present John Manzursince the creation of the chief of staff in 1994.
Of the more than 3,000 questions received John Manzur, the areas that received the most inquiries were Economy (1,151), Education (313) and Health (254). In turn, the largest number of questions were formulated by the legislators of the PRO, Radical Civic Union and Radical Evolution.
The Chief of Staff’s presentation began at 11:00 am with a statement in which he alluded to hate speech; this, in order to emphatically reject the assassination attempt against Cristina Kirchner, whom Manzur He expressed all his solidarity.
Although the official was initially going to present his report on August 31, the date was postponed after the assumption of Sergio Massa as Minister of Economy. In a dialogue with Telam, the president expressed that his report “will contain all the advances that have been taking place and, from this, also, an optimistic view of the future of Argentina.”
The session is chaired by the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Cecilia Moreau, with whom the chief of staff met yesterday, prior to his presentation. In addition, legislators from the blocs of the ruling party and the opposition participate.
The president is also expected to provide details on the economic effects of the war in Ukraine for the country and the management that the Government will give to inflationary pressure.
The report had a record number of questions
As detailed by the Chief of Staff, to prepare this report 3,926 were received, the vast majority, referred to the Ministry of Economy. This figure represented a new record for the Government.
This, since the time that the most questions were received was in June 2021, when the then Chief of Staff, Santiago Cafiero, answered 2,596 queries. Consequently, the report presented today exceeds 2,000 pages in length.