The highest salaries of the Presidency

The highest salaries of the Presidency

The Presidency has already allocated US$ 3.4 million (G. 23,802 million) of its budget only in the salary of its officials, without taking into account the other benefits that workers have.

If we add to this the benefits of various kinds that these officials receive, the amount rises to US$ 6.2 million.

According to data from the Ministry of Public Administration (SFP), some 173,000 officials provide services to the Executive. However, this also includes those who work in the Ministries.

THE FIVE HIGHEST SALARIES
According to the data available in the payroll of civil servants, it is observed that the following five civil servants were the best paid during the first two months of the year.

In the first place, there is Julio César Echagüe, ceremonial director of the State. The same received G. 99.8 million so far this year. He collected G. 24.9 million in January and G. 75 million in February.
In second place is Mario Abdo Benítez, President of the Republic, who collected G. 75.8 million. In both January and February he earned G. 37.9 million.

Thirdly, Carmen María Marín Rodríguez, Minister, executive secretary of the management unit of the Presidency of the Republic; she received G. 64.4 million in the first two months of the year. She collected G. 24.8 million in January and G. 39.5 million in February.

In fourth place is Federico Alberto González Franco, ambassador, Minister Advisor to the Presidency of the Republic, who collected G. 59.3 million in two months. In January he received G. 24.8 million and G. 34.5 million in February.

In fifth place is Emilio Fuster, Executive Coordinating Minister of the Inter-institutional Unit for the prevention, combat and repression of smuggling (UIC). He himself earned a salary of G. 54.7 million so far this year. In January he received G. 24.8 million and in February G. 29.9 million.



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