After the boycott of the Together for Change so as not to treat the Front Labeling Law in the Chamber of Deputies, from the Front of All they are confident that an agreement will be reached next week, when the project returns to the chamber. Cecilia Moreau accused the opposition of “speculating” on this issue ahead of the November 14 elections.

Moreau, deputy and vice president of the ruling bloc in the chamber, was confident today in dialogue with AM 750 that next Tuesday the lower house will have a quorum to debate the front labeling law, among other issues. «I think there will be a quorum, unless they are sent again to make a show to appear in the newspapers. It should not because there is no quorum because it is a people’s agenda, “he said.

The national deputy specified that “on Tuesday we have an extensive agenda. We have other projects that are also important, such as that of the vine growers who must have a special pension scheme and another that reinforces the oncopediatrics program and the sheep law. He also recalled that when the Front Labeling Law was debated in committee “we were 120 deputies in the plenary of commissions and the accompanying report to the project had 120 signatures.”

“It’s not that there was no consensus, there was speculation at that time,” he said about the last session that failed due to lack of a quorum. “That is why this choice is very important. Congress cannot stop working. In pandemic and complex situations, we have put out a lot of laws that allowed us to continue standing. I was a deputy in the macrismo and the difference between having an open Congress to a closed Congress is abysmal, “he remarked.

What else did Together for Change ask for?

In addition to debating the Sheep Law, the other initiatives requested by the opposition were the repeal of the rent law, the educational emergency and the creation of the single ballot system, but these are not in the government’s folder, at least for this special session . Sergio Massa, president of the Chamber, will try to persuade Juntos por el Cambio to ensure a quorum and give greater legitimacy to the call to session, reaching at least 129 legislators.

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