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Once the constitutional councilors are elected, the Treasury chief highlighted the need to resume some discussions and legislative procedures such as minimum wage hike, mining royalty, tax and pension reform.

May 7, 2023 is Sunday 16:30 hrs.

Finance Minister Mario Marcel emphasized how important it is for the country’s economy that the new constitutional process be completed quickly but successfully. He also highlighted the need to “get back on track” to carry out structural reforms by the government once the election of members of the Constituent Assembly is over.

Secretary of State has warned.From an economic point of view it is very important that it be completed as successfully as possibleThe constitutional process has created uncertainty anyway.

Marcel, on the other hand, noted the following More appropriate legal procedures such as raising the minimum wage Mining royalty scheme with tax and pension reform. In this regard, he pointed out that the political world has expressed its willingness to “cooperate” on these issues and the government therefore hopes that the discussions will be consistent with that signal.

“The drive, the will and the pragmatism to end these issues have been there before and will continue in the immediate future, whatever the outcome of this election,” he said.

He also said that while “these still exist” and “they will not be resolved immediately by the constitution, but by law,” the government wants to develop agreements that respond to the needs of the country. It should be argued that. We look forward to the cooperation of all political sectors to progress not by government but by citizens.

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Finance Minister Mario Marcel emphasized how important it is for the country’s economy that the new constitutional process be completed quickly but successfully. He also highlighted the need to “get back on track” to carry out structural reforms by the government once the election of members of the Constituent Assembly is over.

Secretary of State has warned.From an economic point of view it is very important that it be completed as successfully as possibleThe constitutional process has created uncertainty anyway.

Marcel, on the other hand, noted the following More appropriate legal procedures such as raising the minimum wage Mining royalty scheme with tax and pension reform. In this regard, he pointed out that the political world has expressed its willingness to “cooperate” on these issues and the government therefore hopes that the discussions will be consistent with that signal.

“The drive, the will and the pragmatism to end these issues have been there before and will continue in the immediate future, whatever the outcome of this election,” he said.

He also said that while “these still exist” and “they will not be resolved immediately by the constitution, but by law,” the government wants to develop agreements that respond to the needs of the country. It should be argued that. We look forward to the cooperation of all political sectors to progress not by government but by citizens.

Finance Minister Mario Marcel emphasized how important it is for the country’s economy that the new constitutional process be completed quickly but successfully. He also highlighted the need to “get back on track” to carry out structural reforms by the government once the election of members of the Constituent Assembly is over.

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Secretary of State has warned.From an economic point of view it is very important that it be completed as successfully as possibleThe constitutional process has created uncertainty anyway.

Marcel, on the other hand, noted the following More appropriate legal procedures such as raising the minimum wage Mining royalty scheme with tax and pension reform. In this regard, he pointed out that the political world has expressed its willingness to “cooperate” on these issues and the government therefore hopes that the discussions will be consistent with that signal.

“The drive, the will and the pragmatism to end these issues have been there before and will continue in the immediate future, whatever the outcome of this election,” he said.

He also said that while “these still exist” and “they will not be resolved immediately by the constitution, but by law,” the government wants to develop agreements that respond to the needs of the country. It should be argued that. We look forward to the cooperation of all political sectors to progress not by government but by citizens.

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