The president of the UCR and Mendoza deputy Alfredo Cornejo responded to Máximo Kirchner for his fiery speech in Congress, at the closing of the debate on the retirement mobility bill.
“How easy it is for Máximo Kirchner to say that he defends retirees when the retiree who is closest to her receives two privilege payments without paying profits and without getting red, “Cornejo shot on his Twitter account.
In the midst of numerous Chicanas and provocations to the Juntos por el Cambio bench, the president of the Frente de Todos bloc defended the bill proposed by the Alberto Fernández government.
In that sense, he stated that “what we are doing is complying with what we said in the electoral campaign, that we believed that this formula was the best for retirees and retirees gradually they could recover the income they lost with the change of formula made by Mauricio Macri “.
He also recalled that his mother, Cristina Kirchner, “had to veto the 82% mobile to retirees and retirees” and ironically asked the deputies of Together for Change: “Why didn’t they do it during the 4 years that they were government? “One cannot propose things to screw the other, one has to be rational. They had 4 years to pass that law vetoed by Cristina.”
The Chamber of Deputies approved this Tuesday night the retirement mobility bill, which contemplates an adjustment in pensions and associated benefits, since assets will be increased every three months and will only have a real increase if wages rise and the collection above inflation.
Máximo Kirchner launched numerous chicanes and provocations to the Juntos por el Cambio bench. Photo: RGonzalez gonzalez
After eleven hours of debate, the official project obtained 132 votes, mainly from the deputies of the Frente de Todos (FdT), who had the support of the Córdoba Federal bloc, the José Luis Ramón Interblock and other provincial allies; while it had the rejection of 119 votes, from Together for Change (JxC), the Federal Consensus Lavagnism and the Left Front.
Cornejo, said in his speech that “this is a formula tied to the macroeconomy and to reduce the fiscal deficit.”
“But the ruling party is not able to tell the truth, to admit that we have a deficit problem and that he wants to ingratiate himself with the IMF. If they presented things like that, the debate would be more honest and perhaps we would reach consensus because the pension crisis is not resolved if it is not with a strong agreement, “he added.