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The Attorney General’s Office includes Casanare in the list of territorial entities that have not initiated the PAE

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The Attorney General’s Office includes Casanare in the list of territorial entities that have not initiated the PAE

Once the academic calendar began and in the absence of the start of the Program, the Attorney General’s Office warned of the risk of non-compliance in -PAE- the ETCs of Casanare and Sucre, which would affect at least 470 thousand children.

Information provided by the Special Administrative Unit for School Feeding (UApA) indicates that the governorates have not reported progress in the management of contracting to implement the PAE in force in 2024.

Since last December, with the issuance of Directive No. 018, the Public Ministry urged the leaders who were ending their term to take the necessary actions to guarantee the provision of this service from the first day of the school calendar of this year. anus.

The cities of Sincelejo, Girardot, Lorica, Montería, Maicao and Popayán are in the same situation, where the mayors have also not managed actions to launch the PAE.

For the Attorney General’s Office, these delays in the hiring process mean that food supplements are not available from the beginning of classes, which creates risks in access to and permanence in school.

In compliance with its preventive and management control functions, the Attorney General’s Office requested information on the progress of the contracting process for this program and the operational, technical and legal reasons why it has not yet begun.

The control entity will continue to take actions to anticipate and prevent the occurrence of situations that affect rights, by detecting and warning of risks in public management, and if it does not find sufficient reasons to justify delays, it will open the corresponding disciplinary actions.

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Source: Attorney General’s Office

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