Coparticipation: which municipalities will receive the most and least funds in 2022

CUD 2022: the winners

The winner is undoubtedly the municipality of Escobar, which will increase the co-participatory funds it receives by 20 percent: the CUD raised the municipality that governed until a few weeks ago from 1.02 to 1.22 Ariel Sujarchuk, today head of the Waterway Entity.

Second, well located, is General Las Heras, a Renovador sign, with an increase of almost 15 percent. It follows with something more than 10 Alberti, by Peronist Germán Lago.

They are the ones who detach themselves from the squad. Then there are eight municipalities with increases of between 5 and 10 points. In order. Pehuajó, Lomas de Zamora, Carlos Tejedor, San Fernando, Mar Chiquita, Luján, Tigre, Adolfo Alsina.

CUD 2022: the losers

In this edition of the distribution of funds, there is a peculiarity: less than 50 municipalities will register increases in their indices, while the rest will have decreases.

However, if a loser has to be pointed out, it is undoubtedly General Madariaga, governed by the radical Santoro, who will have an 11 percent less share compared to 2020.

They follow him, in a squad that contemplates falls of between 5 and 10 points, Suipacha, Salliqueló, Florentino Ameghino, Vicente López, Lincoln, Arrecifes, General Arenales, San Antonio de Areco, General Rodríguez, Baradero, Necochea, Tapalqué, Marcos Paz, Chivilcoy and Salto.

CUD 2022: the complete list

CUD 2020 – 2022.pdf

Coparticipación 2022: the CUD of the 135 municipalities

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