The President participates in the founding congress of the FDT of Chaco

The President participates in the founding congress of the FDT of Chaco

Fernández will accompany Capitanich in the meeting.

President Alberto Fernández will participate this Saturday in the first congress of the Frente de Todos (FdT) of Chaco, after the institutionalization of that pro-government space in the province, which will meet under the premise that “unity in diversity is the way,” they reported. official sources.

The meeting will take place from the morning at the Convention Center in the city of Resistencia and “the participation of the head of state is confirmed,” the sources indicated.

The informants indicated that at 10 o’clock the work in commissions will begin, at 12:30 the documents will be read and the closing will be at 1:30 p.m., with an act that will be attended by the head of state and the governor of Chaco, Jorge Capitanich.

In this way, the FdT led by the governor of Chaco will begin its first party congress with the mission of “achieving a space in which it is possible to work in commissions to promote unity and generate political initiatives for the province,” they explained to Télam government sources.

Unity in diversity”

For the organizers, the objective of the FDT congress is to emphasize that “the path is unity in diversity”.

For this, different commissions were formed to discuss issues such as sovereignty, government, municipalities and communication; economy and infrastructure, production, industry, work and employment; Health; sports; security, justice and human rights; social development, family farming and popular economy; education and culture; environment and territorial development; gender and diversity; and indigenous peoples.

After the discussion in the commissions, a document will be drawn up and the corresponding readings will be made.

After Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s visit to Chaco in early May, Capitanich considered that the FdT “is a plural-based coalition” in which “there are differences that must be debated.”

“That does not necessarily imply uniformity, but debate in diversity. It is not about fighting, it is about having debates. We are learning in the Argentine democratic system to form government coalitions that are part of common trunks, but imply leaks in terms of atomization. They respond to a key problem: societies have been mutating and are now more heterogeneous,” stressed the Chaco governor.

In April, the FdT of Chaco advanced in the institutionalization of the governing coalition in that district, which will now have an executive committee, a congress, a provincial council and a municipal board, with the aim of promoting “internal debate, guaranteeing plurality of voices and avoid political dispersion”.

The organic structure, in hierarchical order, will have a provincial congress, an executive committee with equal representation, a provincial council and a municipal board, the party leaders informed at the time.

The maximum authority will be the provincial congress, with the representation of congressmen proportional to the number of accredited affiliates in the provincial and/or federal Justice.

This process will allow verification of the organizational system, in which the PJ will have a congressman for every 2,500 members, while the other political forces will elect a representative for every 1,000 or fraction greater than 500.

The provincial congress will have 144 members, while the provincial council will have 36, whose election will be based on the proportional representation of the congress by the member parties of the coalition.

The third hierarchical rank will be the Executive Committee, made up of equal parts by virtue of “establishing a cooperative system of a coalition member party, with one representative and one vote for the purpose of stimulating debate and consensus.”

This space will be led by Capitanich, who may designate an alternate representative and integrated by the presidents or representatives of the political parties that make up the FdT.

In Chaco, the FdT is made up of 27 political parties that have provincial and/or national legal status. However, their representation is uneven, because they do not cover the 69 municipal jurisdictions.

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