The reform to the pension system is the Macri administration’s most politically relevant battle at the time. Even though the Senate has already approved it, the initiative seems to have more than one challenge ahead in its way to become a law, as it is still uncertain whether the government will get enough deputies who are not members of Cambiemos to support it in the Lower House. Especially after the controversy caused by the words of Deputy Pablo Tonelli, who two days ago said “retirees are going to lose money but not purchasing power.”
Even though the statement’s most outspoken critics where political leaders from parties whose representatives have already anticipated their refusal to vote in favor of the reform, it didn’t make it…
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