Adrián Peña, Minister of the Environment, confirmed the discrepancies regarding these vital issues for the country.
Before reporting to the press, he met in the Executive Tower with the secretary of the Presidency, Álvaro Delgado.
Peña conveyed opposition to the diversion of funds from the Colonization Institute to promote rural leases to rural families towards the regularization of suburban settlements, with an insufficient amount for the dimension of this problem.
The Frente Amplio party questioned this very same issue, among the objections exposed to the draft Budget Accountability Act presented in the Chamber of Deputies by the Minister of Economy, Azucena Arbeleche.
Another coinciding question regards article 281, which enables state agencies to deposit their funds in private banks, to the detriment of the state-owned Banco de la República.
On the other hand, Peña recalled that the Partido Colorado maintains the need for a coalition coordination table, so that ‘we are not surprised by what the different partners do.’