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9 out of 10 workers in poverty are not unionized

The rapprochement of church leaders to their trade union peers is uphold under the argument that they are united by concerns about the social situation. One tool they could contribute if they want to to reduce poverty is to allow SMEs to move away from centralized collective agreements and move to firm-level negotiations. (more…)

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Poor households suffer more than twice labour inactivity

Besides the economic crisis, poverty roots are structural. One is the high proportion of poor household members that do not work. For this reason, it is key that the federal government concentrates in generating employment instead of squandering public funds in poverty alleviation programs which are a provincial responsibility. (more…)

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THE YOUNG SUFFER 5 TIMES MORE POVERTY THAN THE ELDERLY

The growth of pension spending is the main factor of destabilization of public finances. Trying to lower the fiscal deficit without reforming the rules of the pension system is financially unsustainable and socially unfair because it implies continuing to preserve privileged treatments and double coverage. (more…)

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BEFORE THE CENTRAL BANK, PUBLIC SECTOR MUST BE RESTRUCTURED

The agreement with the IMF stipulates that the national Treasury will not be able to receive financing from the Central Bank anymore. This requires accelerating the reduction in public spending. To this end, a more comprehensive restructuring of the public spending must be addressed, including the social spending. (more…)

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Para seguir bajando la pobreza hay que reducir la inflación

El INDEC informó que la pobreza está bajando. Para acelerar este proceso y hacerlo sostenible hay que seguir bajando la inflación. Por eso, la prioridad debería ser bajar el gasto publico eliminando programas nacionales que se superponen con roles locales y no seguir demorando la reforma previsional. (more…)

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