Sergio Massa, with uncontrollable laughter in Congress
Within the framework of what was voted on for the project of bearing the public debt in the representatives Speaker of the House of Representatives, Sergio Massa, could not contain a fit of laughter in the room and lured him for several minutes..
A picture of Massa trying to cover his face to hide the laughter spread on social networks moments after the vote, which won the approval of the parliamentary majority. The approved initiative states that funding agreements with any international organization must be approved by law of the National Congress.
Sergio Massa justifies his fit of laughter: “I can smile at a vice joke”
We are talking about $ 7 billion. I don’t find it funny, Mr. President.Civic Coalition deputy Javier Campos said when he realized that Massa could not contain his laughter. A colleague of yours came from the block and threw a joke on me; what you say is important, but I have the right to smile at the joke of a deputyThe leader of the Front of Renewal attacked.
In the hybrid session, which includes the presence of some parliamentarians, and the fact that others communicate by video call, Massa returned to a circle of laughter again after about twenty minutes, in a full vote. The official had to call himself silent for a few seconds and cover his face in an attempt to contain the laughter.
Approval of the project was supported by 233 votes To which the Everyone Front, Together for Change, the Federalist blocs, the Neuquino grassroots movement, and Federalist action contributed, while the Left Single Bloc rejected the proposal.
Defines the initiative: “The National Administration’s General Budget Law must stipulate for each fiscal year a maximum percentage for the issuance of public securities in foreign currency and under foreign legislation and jurisdiction regarding the total amount of emissions allowed for that fiscal year.”.
In this sense, The text states that any such issuance that exceeds this percentage “will require a special law of Congress expressly authorized.”.
In Article Two, the bill states that “any public financing or credit operation program implemented with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), as well as any increase in the amounts of those programs or operations, will require a law from Congress.” “Explicitly approved.”
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