The Lower House will try to pass in a session today the bill of reform and unification of the Civil and Commercial Codes.
Following the President’s accusations
The National Securities Commission (CNV) began this Wednesday, an investigative operation at the financial societies Balanz Capital and Banco Mariva, both pointed yesterday by President Cristina Fernández for carrying out speculative maneuvers.
Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich said during his daily press conference that “there is a media campaign against the bill of a new and unified Civil and Commercial Code”.
ELAP 2014 meeting
Following the Latin American Progressive Meeting (ELAP 2014), hundreds of political representatives warned about the threats against the process of change taking place in the region, especially the action of the vulture funds against Argentina.
GOVERNMENT HOUSE ACT
During a Government House act in which she dealt mainly with the conflict triggered by the vulture funds, President Cristina Fernández said last night that there are some Argentines “who want to hit the Government with foreign assistance”.
The U.S. Government is aware of the decision adopted by New York judge Thomas Griesa, who declared Argentina in contempt of court in the trial with vulture funds and “it is closely monitoring the situation”, a State Department spokesman told Télam news agency.
The Government published today a “legal ad” informing bondholders of the 2005 and 2010 debt swaps on the new payment made yesterday.
President Cristina Fernández announced during a Government House ceremony last night the creation of the Secretariat for the Access to Habitat. Its prime task shall be to urbanize 100 informal and shanty towns throughout the country, through an investment of AR$ 2.11 billion.
The extension of the terms to receive the benefits included in the law 26.860 will last for another three months, as from October 1st.
CASH WITH LIQUIDITY OPERATIONS
President Cristina Fernández informed last night that she had instructed CNV (National Stock Exchange Commission), AFIP (Federal Administration of Public Incomes) and the Economy Ministry to start investigations on “speculative maneuvers” in the purchase of US dollars by a number of banks and financial societies.