The head of the Buenos Aires Government-elect, Jorge Macri, together with the vice-president-elect, Clara Muzzio, took the oath of office this Thursday in the Legislature and, later in the Usina del Arte, the transfer of command of the Executive and the officialization of the new ministers of the Cabinet of the city of Buenos Aires.
The special session of the Buenos Aires Legislature, located at Perú 160, is convened at 9 a.m. for the assumption of Macri and Muzzio in their positions that will have a mandate until December 2027.
In this context, the new head of the Buenos Aires government will offer his first speech before the Legislature, where it is estimated that he will anticipate the axes of his administration.
The cousin of former President Mauricio Macri arrives at the Executive after occupying the Ministry of Government of Buenos Aires for two years and after having held the position of mayor of Vicente López's Buenos Aires party since 2011; while Muzzio was in charge of the Public Space and Urban Hygiene portfolio between 2015 and 2023 as part of the cabinet of Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, current communal chief.
At 12 noon, meanwhile, at the Usina del Arte, at Benito Pérez Galdós 34, the ceremony of delivery of attributes will be held by the outgoing head of the Buenos Aires Government, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, although the administration will officially begin on Sunday, December 10.
The officials who will accompany Macri's administration and who will be in charge of the Chief of Cabinet, ten ministries and four secretariats will also be sworn in.
Néstor Grindetti will take over as Chief of Staff and Gabriel Sánchez Zinny as Vice President; while at the head of the Security portfolio will be Waldo Wollf, of Education Mercedes Miguel; Fernán Quirós, from Espacio Público Ignacio Baistrochi, will continue to be the Minister of Health.
The organizational chart is completed by Gabino Tapia as Minister of Justice, Pablo Bereciartua in Infrastructure, Roberto García Moritán in Economic Development, Gustavo Arengo in Finance and Finance, Gabriela Recardes in Culture and Gabriel Mraida in Human Development and Habitat.