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Arangur's paradox: less energy is produced than with Kicillof

This process includes Arangur's second paradox, that is, the proposed solution is not necessarily a solution. The minister explained that the decline in management results from the fall of hydrocarbons, and therefore the problem will be mitigated or resolved if it rises. The problem with this point of view is that in a liberalized market, if oil prices rise, the …

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Procedure to adjust | Labor crisis and progress …

The workers are not doing well. This is a government for the rich, not for civil servants. And it's not a rhetorical statement, but absolutely proven. Let's see: consultants put inflation 25 percent for this year. As a contractor, thanks to the fact that the Ministry of Labor places on paritarias is very low: 15 percent. Customs duties on public …

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Cornejo, or "Nuevo Carrió", is located in Gobierno con las tarifas

El titular de la UCR in the role of the protagonist and the flexibility of Gobierno Fuente: Archivo Un alto funcionario, con despacho en la Casa Rosada y cercano al todopoderoso de Gabinete Marcos Peña, Considera la definición como "exagerada", pero otros dos aseguran que las semejanzas son evidentes, y que el tiempo no hará más que acentuarlas. "Nos nació …

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A man shot and killed his partner and committed suicide

APRIL 22, 2018 – 00:00 After the attack, the woman agonized several hours in the hospital. There is great rebellion for the case in Castelli, province of Chaco. A woman was killed by her partner with a bullet in the head of Juan José Castelli, and the aggressor was killed by a shot, police sources said yesterday. The incident occurred …

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Maria Eugenia Vidal to the guilds: "I would like the teachers to earn more but tell us where we got the money from"

The governor was in Mirtha's night; his opinion about teaching conflict, insecurity, corruption and abortion Credit: Screenshot Governor Mary Eugenia Vidal was in the night of Mirtha and took advantage of the space for presenting their positions in front of the main issues of the political agenda. Relative to teaches conflict criticized "political leaders' political affairs" explaining that 16 meetings …

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Maria Eugenia Vidal: "I'm the first one who wants teachers to earn more but tell us where we got the money from"

The governor was in Mirtha's night; his opinion about teaching conflict, insecurity, corruption and abortion Credit: Screenshot Governor Mary Eugenia Vidal was in the night of Mirtha and took advantage of the space for presenting their positions in front of the main issues of the political agenda. Relative to teaches conflict criticized "political leaders' political will" and noted that 16 …

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"We guarantee teachers that they will beat inflation"

Without a wage agreement and a teaching strike announced next Wednesday, the Governor of the Province of Buenos Aires, María Eugenia Vidal, this Saturday offered the 10% increase for the first six months of the year and l ] Guaranteed to teachers that they will not lose against inflation. "There were 16 meetings and seven proposals. As we did not …

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The central bar where the rat filmed continues to work

Following the video that was virusized today on social networks, the Director of Municipal Food Inspectorate inspected the bar Clover located at Ayacucho 285 in Resistencia and decided that the place is in good condition. In the video you can see a group of friends sitting on the sidewalk of the bar, where a rat of significant size passes a …

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The "new" AFIP condemned Ricardo Echegaray for the assembly of an illegal association

He is accused of leading an alleged unlawful union that is located within the organization to protect Kirchnerism's protagonists and businessmen Source: Archivo New AFIP took a new step towards the old AFIP . He accused his then chief executive, Ricardo Echegaray to lead a supposed unlawful association composed within the organization to commit all types of crime and protect …

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