The Chief of Staff, Juan Manzur, and the designated Minister of Social Development, Victoria Tolosa Paz, met this Wednesday at the Government House with communal heads of localities in Cordoba to advance in the structuring of housing plans and in the continuity of policies social for that province.
During the meeting, in which community leaders from different political forces participated, The coordinating minister ratified the vocation for dialogue and “the decision to generate solutions from the National Government to meet the needs of each locality in the interior of the country.”
“We have evaluated the progress of the plans in execution, the continuity of social policies and different projects related to housing to improve the quality of life of the people of Cordoba, because our objective is to promote development in every corner of Argentina. Manzur emphasized.
Tolosa Paz, for his part, highlighted the “productive dialogue” that took place at the meeting and noted: “We were able to learn first-hand about the needs and concerns of the mayors, but also the possibility of working jointly for the benefit of each of these towns in the interior of the province.
The audience took place in the Eva Perón Room and is part of the meetings that Manzur has been holding in recent weeks with representatives from different provinces.
Agustín González, community chief of Cruz Alta, stressed that Manzur “always has the predisposition to attend to the mayors, those who receive the problems of the neighbors and neighbors to find a solution.”
In his turn, Fernando Rossi, from El Tío, remarked: “It is very important to thank all the works that come to us thanks to the Nation and that are allowing us to transform the reality of our neighbors”.
José Luis Beltramone, mayor of La Cautiva, highlighted the “federal agenda of the national government, which has the aim of taking works to the different localities of the interior, so important and so necessary to put the country on its feet”, while Daniel Gergolet, of Pueblo Italiano, specified that “it was a fruitful meeting, where a work agenda was opened with the ministries present.”
“We take with us what we came for, which are concrete steps to be able to bring solutions to our neighbors, so that the quality of life in Córdoba improves every day”, finally added Enrique Méndez Paz, mayor of Cintra.
In addition, the mayors César Abdala (Laboulaye), Maximiliano Andrés (Etruria), Edgar Balduzzi (Costa Sacate), Roberto Casari (Vicuña Mackenna), Rubén Dagum (Almafuerte), Osvaldo Estrada (Villa Sarmiento), Jorge Ferrato (Villa San Esteban ), Luis Gasparolo (Tosquita), Edgardo Girotti (Lozada), Martín Guzmán (La Para), Norberto Magni (Colonia San Bartolomé), and Javier Riberi (Jovita); and the communal chief of La Carolina El Potosí, Sabina Sanita.