The bussista Sandra Orquera is already in charge of the Government of the Province

Until two years ago, his name was not known in the field of Tucumán politics. However, today the legislator Sandra Orquera, of Fuerza Republicana (FR), is in charge of the Government of the Province.

The unprecedented event occurs as a consequence of the indefinite leave granted on September 20 by the Legislative Power to the governor, Juan Manzur, so that he assumed as head of the Nation’s Cabinet.

To this is added that today, precisely due to the convocation of the coordinating minister of Alberto Fernandez, The Vice Governor in exercise of the Executive Power (PE) is also in Buenos Aires, Osvaldo Jaldo.

Along with the Trancas referent, in addition to the ministers and other provincial officials, the deputy president and the first vice president of the Legislature traveled, Sergio Mansilla and Regino Amado, respectively.

Faced with these shifts, Orquera, second vice president of the provincial Chamber, is the highest authority present in Tucumán. “I have a bit of uncertainty, but also a beautiful emotion. I am the first governor of the province. It will be a few hours and there was no minister left,” explained the bussista leader to LA GACETA. Thus, despite having been in charge of the Government House, the legislator’s sister-in-law Ricardo Bussi (Republican Force) will not have much leeway to take action.

On the other hand, the Jaldista legislator Javier Morof, which presides over the Constitutional Affairs commission – the first in importance, according to the order established by the internal regulations – was in charge of the Legislative Power.

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