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Despite the new court ruling, they confirm that tomorrow there will be face-to-face classes in the City

2021-04-21T03:44:54.984Z

It was decided after an emergency meeting with Buenos Aires authorities. 04/20/2021 21:12 Clarín.com Cities Updated 04/20/2021 21:18 The city government confirmed this Tuesday that tomorrow Wednesday there will be face-to-face classes, despite the ruling of the federal Justice that ordered to wait for the decision of the Supreme Court to keep the classrooms open. This is how Clarín learned from sources at the meeting held by the Buenos Aires authorities. In this wa



04/20/2021 21:12

  • Clarín.com

  • Cities

Updated 04/20/2021 21:18

The city government confirmed this Tuesday that tomorrow Wednesday there will be face-to-face classes, despite the ruling of the federal Justice that ordered to wait for the decision of the Supreme Court to keep the classrooms open.

This is how Clarín learned from sources at the meeting held by the Buenos Aires authorities.

In this way, the City would ignore the ruling of the Federal Administrative Litigation judge, Esteban Furnari, who had ordered the suspension of face-to-face classes until the highest court would define the substantive issue.

Horacio Rodríguez Larreta had urgently and virtually summoned his political girl table together with legal and communication advisers who were evaluating the steps to follow after Furnari's decision.

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