Raquel Cecilia Kismer de Olmos, nicknamed “Kelly”, the new Minister of Labor, spoke this Saturday about the controversy that arises from the idea of a sector of the ruling party to eliminate the Primary, Open, Simultaneous and Mandatory elections (STEP), where Olmos proposed “shortening the deadlines” with the general elections.
The official expressed: “It would be a good alternative to shorten the terms between STEP and Generals. It was also aligned with the idea expressed weeks ago by Máximo Kirchner of rejecting the suppression of the primaries.
“The Front of All (FdT) has to choose its candidate based on internal democracy,” Olmos explained in a radio interview, according to the reports. STEP. On the other hand, the minister alluded to the informal sectors and the possibility of a bonus, something that she advanced this week that the Government analyzes delivering before the end of the year, different from the food reinforcement for adults without income or social plans.
He added to the topic that: “Neither a fixed sum nor a joint sum reaches the informal sectors” and added: “That is the main problem we have: these sectors need other instruments.”
Finally, spoke out against a labor reform in the country: “There is a negotiation process framed in the Collective Labor Agreements that generate the areas of agreements that allow workers not to lose rights and employers to gain productivity. I don’t think a change in general legislation is necessary.”
PRO leader denounces cheating
Last Friday, during a visit to the province of Formosa, the governor of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, assured that the ruling party wants to cheat by eliminating the STEP.
Recalling that the Frente de Todos would not have the necessary votes in Congress to repeal the elections primaries He warned that he hopes “that no other party will accompany them with the trap.”
“The rules cannot be changed a few months before the election, it is as if we now change the rules of football one month before the World Cup. It’s wrong, it’s cheating, “explained the Buenos Aires governor.