After weeks of debate in the Economy Commission of the Chamber of Deputies and Deputies, this Tuesday the “Chao Dicom” project will be voted on, which seeks to prohibit the communication of unpaid debts, as long as the total is less than 2.5 million of weights.
Before the vote, the guests will be heard: the specialist in Protection of Personal Data and New Technologies, lawyer Romina Garrido; the President of the National Convergence of SME Unions and Cooperatives of Chile, Eduardo Del Solar; the President of the United National Confederation of Micro, Small and Medium Industry, Crafts and Services (CONUPIA), Roberto Rojas; the President of the National Union of Small and Medium Enterprises of the Valparaíso Region (UNAPYME), Gianina Figueroa; and the President of the National Association of Credit and Savings Cooperatives (COOPERA), Rodrigo Silva.
According to the promoter of the initiative, the deputy for Coquimbo Daniel Manouchehri, “Bye Dicom” seeks to benefit 5 million people. “It is a second chance, to access credit, for a home or working capital. An aid to people and SMEs. This is how we reactivate the economy. here we will see who is with the powerful and who is with the people”he pointed.