They questioned the Government’s General Counsel about “spending months in Canada to get a stipend from the province”

Sunday 15 May 2022


With great irony, Representative Silvana Carrizo (UCR-JxC) questioned the words of the Government’s General Counsel, Fernando Avila, who, as a result of a request for a report to see whether the province and six official municipalities had allocated money. The opposition institutions explained that the matter “does not meet the needs of the people and elects all social problems.” The legislator considered, sarcastically, that the official’s words were over the phone from Canada, “where he spends several months collecting his salary from the province.”

And through a social media post, Carrizo noted that “it’s better to laugh than not cry.” In this sense, he saved Avila’s statements that “the opposition does not serve the needs of the people, and that our positions are electoral.” “I imagine that this conclusion was reached by wandering the departments and neighbourhoods, or that he did it over the phone from Canada, where he spends several months, receives a stipend from the province and is paid by the people of Catamarca.” To reduce this ‘view from the computer.

Carrizo also responded to pro-government deputies who accused the opposition of “unwillingness to work” in the corresponding committees by not attending. “My colleagues justified their absence because they were in Santa Maria, listening to the neighbors, because our schedule is theirs,” said Carrizo, again sarcastically: “It was not a solemn ceremony. In addition, the girls were only judged by a national law.

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