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Project on homeless people advances in Argentina

Project on homeless people advances in Argentina

Buenos Aires, July 7 (Prensa Latina) The discussion on a bill to benefit homeless people is advancing today in the plenary of the Human Rights and Guarantees commissions of the Argentine Congress.
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After clashes in the debate in commissions, officialist ‘Front of All’ continued with the initiative although the opposition, represented mostly by ‘Together for Change’, set differences and asked for 48 hours to sign, a required step for the debate in the congress hall .

According to The Parlamentarian portal, the Front went on to sign with the commitment to continue analyzing the initiative point by point to achieve consensus on all the articles of the text, while the idea is that it reaches the Chamber of Representatives with a broad agreement.

The bill seeks to create an inter-ministerial coordination that applies joint health, housing and work policies for homeless people.

For its preparation, there was the contribution of social organizations such as Project 7, Excluded Workers Movement and ‘Nuestramérica’.

The project proposes the creation, in the Ministry of Social Development, of an inter-ministerial coordination that applies combined policies in order to help hundreds of people who currently survive homelessly in Argentina.

Deputy Federico Fagioli, creator of this initiative, pointed out that they will continue to work hard to achieve the best possible text, with the greatest support to give a comprehensive response to many people who are suffering on the streets.

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