“The City has 6,500 million dollars of revenue and does not require increases”
City of Buenos Aires, June 14, 2011
Daniel Filmus, candidate for head of Government of Buenos Aires by the Front for Victory (FPV), said he has no intention of raising taxes in the City in case of winning the election.
The Senator was in the headquarters of the Cámara Argentina de Turismo (CAT) and indicated that it intends to “solve structural issues” in order “to make a more livable city and tourist friendly. “
Filmus said that this investment will be “no increase in the City. ” “The City’s 6,500 million dollars of revenue and does not need increases, ” he said.
He also indicated that states “resolve structural issues in the city, such as security, trash, traffic and environment”, which is necessary to “have specific policies articulated in the nation. “
The candidate exemplified: “Strengthening the Metropolitan Police, to integrate the South into the city, build coastal highway to ease the flow of cars moving cargo port to lessen the movement of trucks, build a network of parking lots in General Paz Avenue and decentralize the downtown. “