The President of the Council of Ministers, Betsy Chavezindicated today that the Government is committed to dialogue with the Legislature after the presentation of a third vacancy motion promoted by the opposition against the President of the Republic, Pedro Castillowhich will be debated tomorrow in plenary.
“We believe that today, more than ever, dialogue is important, tensions must be lowered, neither a closure of Congress nor a vacancy,” he said upon his arrival in Parliament to continue the debate on the Budget Law for next year. Along these lines, he also once again dismissed the rumors as raising a question of trust.
“We do not plan to present any second question of confidence,” Chávez argued before entering the Chamber with other members of his Ministerial Cabinet. Precisely, today is the deadline for the approval of the funds of all State institutions for next year.
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The tension between the Government and Congress has been increasing in recent days. Last Sunday, the minutes of the Council of Ministers were published, in which they realize that it is interpreted that the first denial of confidence that caused the fall of the Cabinet of Hannibal Torres.
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