Kicillof will give his speech to the Buenos Aires Legislature on Monday

The governor of the province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, will deliver his speech to the Buenos Aires Legislature tomorrow at 4 p.m., as part of the opening of the 152nd ordinary session. The ceremony, originally scheduled for last Friday, was rescheduled at the governor’s request, though Lt. Gov. and Senate President Veronica Magario officially opened the sessions and Kicillof’s speech was postponed to tomorrow. After singing the Argentine National Anthem, on Friday the decree convening the Legislative Assembly was read and a note sent by Governor Kicillof requesting to reschedule his speech to avoid overlapping with the ceremony in the National Congress, where President Javier Milei spoke on Friday at 21.La Kicillof’s proposal to reschedule the speech obtained the consent of those present. so it was moved to an intermediate room until Monday at 3:30 p.m. Mayors, provincial Supreme Court justices, all cabinet members and the governor’s family are expected to attend. Although no details have been revealed about the issues he will address, he is expected to offer a response to President Milei’s call for what he called the “May Pact.” For the moment, Kicillof, who was present at the opening of the sessions of the National Congress, has not expressed his position on the president’s speech.

Original source in Spanish

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