Argentine Catholic Church demands that the Macri government declare a Food emergency
Problems continue for Macri in Argentina. Recently the Catholic University conducted a study that indicates the increase in poverty by 35%. The most vulnerable neighborhoods in Buenos Aires begin to suffer from real hunger, while the Catholic Church asked the government to declare a food and nutritional emergency.
Catholic Church demands solutions to the economic crisis
The solution for the church is for the Macri government to send humanitarian aid to all the families in the poorest neighborhoods of Argentina who do not have enough to eat. In addition, to establish a health aid to cover the basic needs of the people.
Although Macri asked the church for a social cohesion plan, the economic data does not support the government's alternatives. Inflation rose 20%, while unemployment surpassed 10%. If to this we add that poverty stood at 35%, the result is a country in economic crisis.
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With the dollar on the rise, the government opted to lower taxes on the salaries that Argentines receive, in addition, it promised to distribute aid to the poorest. Of course, a people accustomed to receiving high bonuses, which Macri withdrew, began to leave to demand better living conditions.
Now, Macri asked to increase the minimum wage by 30% (about 259 USD), but the unions demand an increase to 500 USD, considering that it is what is necessary for an Argentine to live with the current costs of living.
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Videos were recently released where the picketers, who are protesters on the streets, were given money to finance their day of protest. In other words, the authorities warn that the protests carried out in recent days in Argentina have a political sense and are financed to cause panic in the residents. This continues under judicial investigation.