Sunday, November 28

Agreement with the IMF and generation of genuine employment, on the agenda of the Economic and Social Council


“The president of the CES also outlined guidelines on the next debates that will take place in the Council, such as a bill for the promotion of tourism, another initiative to promote hydrogen -a key industry for the change of the energy matrix in the country. -, and a five-year plan for the development of science and technology, associated with the productive sectors with new sources of financing. At the same time, he stressed that a comprehensive approach to the productive transformation of public lands, the management of the Waterway, a proposal for a Code of Judicial Ethics and the launch of the call for Government Innovators and Innovators is under development, “the Government explained. in statement.

At the same time, the Economic and Social Council formalized the call for the “PlanesxEmpleo” project, which opens the possibility for proposals of ideas to be presented for the design of public policies that aim to promote genuine employment, especially aimed at reducing the job informal, from a territorial and sectoral development perspective.

“During the meeting, various works that emerged within the framework of the CES and that are already yielding results were presented. Obviously, during this year this area of ​​meeting and work had a low profile, mainly because it was an electoral year, but the truth is that it seeks to represent society as a whole. Regarding job creation, we had already been working on the issue, with the aim of promoting work, primarily starting a series of trainings and setting clear policies on professional job training focused on people who today have social plans. The idea is to train all those people in the use of new technologies and thus generate genuine jobs “, he detailed in dialogue with Ambit, Marcelo Fernandez, President of the General Economic Confederation of the Argentine Republic (CGERA).

For his part, in reviewing the progress made during this year, Béliz highlighted a set of public policies that were agreed upon through dialogue and consensus in strategic areas, such as hydrogen, biotechnology, education and work, behavioral sciences, justice. , agribusiness, science and technology, among others.

He also highlighted the launch of four major calls that had wide scope and a strong federal imprint: Harmonious Development with Territorial Balance, Education and the Work of the Future, Behavioral Sciences applied to Public Policies and Produce Work.

“A new stage begins for the CES that will demand more work and meetings, with a federal perspective, strengthening agreements and building the necessary consensus for a promising future in terms of development, social cohesion and growth”, Beliz pointed out.

In turn, the dialogue held during the plenary meeting between the councilors Iván Szczech, president of the Argentine Chamber of Construction, and Gerardo Martínez, general secretary of the Union of Construction Workers (UOCRA), who shared the initiatives that both entities promote to promote construction, apply tax relief, facilitate access to mortgage loans and draw a horizon of predictability and stability for the development of public policies related to the sector. “This Council is the master key of agreement and agreement, we are discussing the issues that must be resolved and that are structural,” said Martínez.

For his part, the counselor José Martins, representative of the Argentine Agroindustrial Council, highlighted the work around the bill to create a Regime to promote federal, inclusive, sustainable and exporter agroindustrial development. “There is enormous potential, this Council has the task of breaking the antinomies, of building a federal country and generating opportunities in the interior promoting investments,” he said.

For his part, after the meeting and as a summary, Natalio Grinman, president of the Argentine Chamber of Commerce (CAC) explained: “a good scope of work has been achieved, with diverse opinions but with clear and concrete objectives to try to carry out An Economic Council that ends up translating into useful proposals for the management of the Government, of this or of any Government that comes in the future, is a good area for discussion ”.

The councilors and councilors also participated in the plenary meeting: Alberto Barbieri, Marita Carballo, Antonio Caló, Delfina Veiravé, Paula Bibini, Gerardo Martínez, María del Carmen Battaini, Ana María Llois, Beatriz Tourn, Sergio Kaufman, Edith Encinas, Marcelo Fernández, Ricardo Pignanelli, Alicia Bohren, Esteban Castro, among others.



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