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Two key officials of Sandra Pettovello resigned, hours before the university march

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Two key officials of Sandra Pettovello resigned, hours before the university march

Hours before the university march, The resignation of two key officials from the Ministry of Human Capital was announced. The first to meet was Maximiliano Keczeliright hand of Sandra Pettovelloand later the departure of Gerardo Marcelo Hitawho was the director of the National Council for the Coordination of Social Policies.

Maximialino Keczeli He served as Legal and Technical Secretary of the ministry headed by Pettovello. “It was a peak of stress”sources reported Pink Houseas the cause of the official’s departure, Ámbito said.

In the months that he lasted in Javier Milei’s management, he held three positions. According to national media, on January 5 he was appointed to head the Social Policy Council. He then moved to the Legal Coordination Secretariat, and in February, without leaving the secretariat, he was appointed as interim auditor of the INCAA.

Keczeli had interference in organizations under the influence of the organization, such as INCAA, in universities, and in attendance at popular soup kitchens.

For its part, Gerardo Marcelo Hita As of January 12, 2024, he had been appointed to the position of president of the National Council for the Coordination of Social Policies, the acting body of the Ministry of Human Capital.

Regarding his departure, there is no further detail; Pettovello’s collaborators officially stated that both officials attributed their resignation to “personal reasons.”

Source: Ámbito, Infobae and news


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