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Axel Kicillof justified the increase in public employees in the Province and pointed to the Court for co-participation: "They are not going to take a peso from us"


The governor again questioned the judges of the highest court and asked the opposition to take care of the resources of the people of Buenos Aires.

The Buenos Aires governor, Axel Kicillof, justified this Thursday the increase in the number of public employees in the province of Buenos Aires and again criticized the Supreme Court of Justice for the co-participation.

"The number of public employees in the Province increased

, we built 151 schools, I don't know if they expect blackboards and bricks to teach by themselves. We did increase the number of schools, hospitals, health centers, each of the benefits, civil registries , and it will have to increase the number of workers," he said.

The Buenos Aires president

criticized María Eugenia Vidal,

who in a recent campaign spot, maintained that when she left office there were 14 ministries and that there are currently 20. "When we left the Government there were 769 political positions. Today there are 1,800," says the deputy of the PRO.

Although the former governor's reference is to ministerial plant employees, Kicillof chose to answer that the increase in employees is due to an increase in infrastructure.

"They are police officers, firefighters, nurses, doctors, they

did increase the number of public employees because we increased our government's response

and we guaranteed the rights of Buenos Aires residents, I have no problem recognizing it, we are going to continue to make rights grow," he added.

The head of the Buenos Aires Government, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta.

Photo: GCBA

In a chapter of the fight for the City around the co-participation,

Kicillof once again questioned the ruling of the Supreme Court

of Justice that restored the funds to the management of Horacio Rodríguez Larreta.

"Today we are facing a maneuver by the Court with

a repellent ruling, in addition to being illegal,

it intends to extract resources from all the Argentine provinces in favor of a jurisdiction that is a city and is the richest city in the country," he said.

The reference is to the decision of the judges of the Highest Court, who decided to make room for a precautionary measure so that 2.95% of the co-participation be returned to the City, which is less than the amount claimed by the PRO administration, which asked for 3.5%.

"It is not a problem of the City with the Province, it is a problem of the City that decided through chats that they were going to take resources from all the Argentine provinces. We are not going to let them take a peso from us


on illegal maneuvers" , sentenced.

Finally, Kicillof asked the opposition leaders to also join the defense of "the resources of the Province", in the midst of the fight for co-participating funds. 

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