On the President’s website
President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner called to “discuss seriously” a project for the country and asserted that there have always been conflicts that generated different opinions within the Argentine society. “During the dictatorship nobody argued, there were no divisions, there was suppression,” she said.
Susana Trimarco highlighted the efforts by the Executive in the fight against human trafficking and said she is in favor of “setting a protocol to allow following the trail of the victims when these are being taken out of the country.”
Cabinet Chief, Jorge Capitanich, remarked that is "a conviction of President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner that of using tools to lower the labour informality", when referring to the Work Promotion bill that the Senate of the Nation is to analyze next week.
Interior and Transport Minister, Florencio Randazzo, announced that next week the service of the San Martin railroad line will be inaugurated "with 160 new carriages and 24 completely renewed locomotives."
Cabinet Chief, Jorge Capitanich, asserted that the National Government works actively aimed at "eradicating and banishing the violence in the football."
The investments projected by YPF energy company for the development of conventional and unconventional oil and gas wells in Neuquén province are scheduled to exceed US$ 3 billion in 2014.
Since YPF energy company has been taken over by the State , the company reverted the drop of hydrocarbons of the previous years, at the time it reached a projection of 36.000 daily barrels of crude oil in Vaca Muerta area before the end of 2014.
The Argentine Chamber of Biotechnology (CAB) backed the Argentine claim before the World Trade Organization (WTO) regarding the antidumping measure set by the European Union (EU) that prevent the access of Argentina's biodiesel to their markets.
BA PROVINCE GOVERNOR
Buenos Aires Province Governor, Daniel Scioli, defended the security plan launched a few days ago and said that those were decisions that were "necessary to implement rapidly".
EASTER WEEK HOLIDAY
The arrival figure is a 5.5 percent above that of 2013 Easter Week, as informed the Tourism Ministry that specified that 97 percent of the Argentines will be touring inside the country, and 3 percent will travel abroad.