Patricia Bullrich confirmed that if she is elected president she will go against labor rights no matter what. She threatened that if Congress does not repeal severance pay, she will do so by decree. Incidentally, she anticipated that will promote espionage of people who exercise their right to defense while they are detained and warned foreigners who must pay for treatment in hospitals public.
“The National State does not have to have labor justice, if it is a labor justice that is contaminated and dominated by unions. “A businessman never wins a trial.”the Together for Change candidate exaggerated.
What Bullrich referred to was the fines applied to employers who do not pay severance pay. The issue is in the long litany of anti-rights proposals of Macrismo and she said, once again, that she will make that wish come true.
He not only called “ridiculous laws” to those who establish that mechanism but also assured that one of the first things she will do if elected is to send a repeal project to Congress.
AND If Congress does not repeal them, “well, I will make a DNU and I will repeal them in two minutes.”declared without the hesitation that he suffers when he has to explain some issue related to his economic plan.
In his opinion, the legislation that protects the income of a worker dismissed without reason or for unfounded reasons is what prevents small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) from hiring personnel. “I am going to save SMEs and I am not going to let them kill them,” the former security minister exaggerated during an interview on Neura radio.
In the same way, the leader He questioned the labor rulings of the national jurisdictions and anticipated that “I am going to transfer those courts to the city of Buenos Aires”, where Macrismo has control of the Judicial Power..
On the other hand, Bullrich announced that will resume the illegal eavesdropping policy used by its political boss, Mauricio Macrito spy on detained people while they talk to their lawyers.
“They may have the constitutional right to defend themselves, but their defense is recorded”, said. Her proposal was questioned by her interlocutor but she responded: “Let’s put it in the Penal Code.”
Then he risked a confusing explanation: “I can record it, I can have it as a test item and not listen to it. Have it with a protection system for that communication. And (use it) if tomorrow he commits a crime and a judge orders it.”. (SIC)
In another section of the report, Bullrich gave signs of what his policy would be regarding medical care for foreigners: «The only things you don’t get paid for are accidents. Did you have an accident? You take care of it.”
But «If you come to have an appendix operation, you pay. And if you don’t have money you will have to come with health insurance from your country,” she indicated.
“If you have an emergency, you always attend to it. A doctor has the obligation to do it”, but for “a planned thing you pay. If not, Argentinian taxes are used for someone who comes for a day”.