During the end of the year toast that he led at the Olivos Residence, the president Alberto Fernandez carried out a legislative balance of 2020 and asked the deputies of the Front of All that they work so that the project of judicial reform, which has the half sanction of the Senate, will be dealt with next year.
After the meeting, in which the members of the official bloc participated, the deputy Rodolfo Tailhade said that Fernández “again insisted on sending to Congress laws related to the operation of the Justice, after the work that the Advisory Council did, “and indicated that he urged them to address judicial reform.
The legislator affirmed that “democracy needs to reformulate the Judiciary” and anticipated that the President “will send several projects“linked to Justice.
In relation to the legislative task carried out during this year, Tailhade explained that “the Chamber met twice as much as it did in 2018 and 2019“and remarked that” 60 laws sent by the Government were approved. “
In turn, the legislator said that the President encouraged the deputies “to continue working in this way, not lower their arms” and “spoke of the 20 truths that the press published today, which are 20 management achievements.”
Fernández was accompanied by the Chief of Staff, Santiago Cafiero; the Minister of the Interior, Eduardo de Pedro; the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Sergio Massa; and the head of the Lower House block of the Frente de Todos, Maximum Kirchner.
The improvement of Justice is one of the priorities of the National Government. For this reason, the Executive Power sent Congress a bill for judicial reform, which has been partially sanctioned, and convened an Advisory Council of experts that presented recommendations to address substantive changes.
The project was sent to Congress on July 29 after a public presentation attended by the Chief of Staff, Santiago Cafiero, and the Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Marcela Losardo.
On August 27, the initiative achieved a half sanction in the Senate with the support of the representatives of the Frente de Todos and its allies, and the opposition of the senators of Together for Change.