The United Nations Group on Forced Disappearance of Persons highlighted Argentina as "a world example in the fight against impunity and for the indictment of those responsible forcrimes against humanity".
THE PRESIDENT ON SOVEREIGN PAYMENT
President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner asserted that “Argentina wants to pay, can pay and will pay all its debts with all the bondholders”, when heading an act at Government House where announcements aimed to boost the consumption were informed.
Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich informed that the Federal Government “is investing almost AR$ 36 billion in security” and that the number of security forces members, has increased considerably.
Argentina’s YPF received in its headquarters the representatives of the main state-run oil companies to work on the organization of the next National Oil Companies (NOC) Forum, to take place in Buenos Aires in 2016.
BA Province College of Engineers
The Buenos Aires Province College of Engineers reported, after completing a technical study, that the oil company YPF is now worth 30 percent more than the valuation made when it fully returned to the State patrimony
The National Government enacted the Sovereign Debt Payment law, which was passed on Thursday by the Lower House.
The National Government and the companies issuing credit cards signed an agreement "to encourage national consumption and production".
La Campora General Secretary
Congressman Andrés Larroque hailed the approval of the Sovereign Debt Payment in Congress and was critical of the opposition that voted against it. He said that the present political choice is not "Homeland or Vultures, it is Humanity or vultures."
Head of Metal Industries Association
Gerardo Venutolo, President of the Association of Metal Industries (ADIMRA), said that automobile terminals should be grateful to the Pro.Cre.Auto Plan launched by the Government, because it boosts the purchase of vehicles.
Following a 16-hour debate, the Lower House passed early Thursday the Executive bill for the sovereign payment of the Argentine foreign debt, which became law, since it already had the Senate approval.