The kirchnerism refused to discuss the TBA report in the AGN
Argentina, February 29, 2012
With the majority that the ruling has in the General Audit Office (AGN), the kirchnerism managed to postpone until Friday the treatment of TBA report done by the National Commission for Transport Regulation, where they denounced the precarious state of the system of trains that the company has.
This afternoon, the AGN met to discuss the report, but minutes after the beginning of the meeting, the four representatives of the kirchnerism refused to discuss it and demanded its postponement.
The head of the agency, the radical Leandro Despouy, prepared to hold the meeting, but did not get major achievements due to the refusal of government officials.
The ruling called to postpone the meeting of the AGN “to read the report carefully” and due to “the decisive nature of the information that the report has to contribute to the research for the Sarmiento train tragedy”.
The members representing the Government in the body are Oscar Lamberto, Vicente Brusca, Javier Fernandez and Vilma Castillo.