Cordoba sent a lawsuit to De Vido by the Argentina Digital Television antennas
January 31, 2013
Córdoba’s government sent a lawsuit to Planning Minister Julio De Vido, through which he justified the decision to close the Argentina Digital Television antennas (TDA), noting that these are “irregular”.
Thus, fight between De la Sota and Kirchner continues, after the national government demand to the province to reverse the closure of new television aerials.
The letter, sent by the Minister of Water, Energy and Environment of the province of Córdoba, Manuel Calvo, and released by the provincial government, said that “having been informed that the Government is threatening to take legal action to ensure the empowerment of antennas TD (Terrestrial Digital Stations) located in the city of Rio Cuarto, Villa Maria, Lions, Villa Dolores and Malagueño town, I meet to inform you that such antennas and mounts are irregular, and they weigh a preventive and precautionary cessation, issued by competent authority. “
“That which is the characteristic of arbitrarily government, officials have installed and operated antennas that have not met the requirements of the General Environmental Law (No. 7343) and its implementing regulations (No. 2131) of this province. Moreover, they even haven’t requested it,” said the letter.
And it adds, “Before insult us and threaten us, it is preferable to fill in the legal requirements, and in this case the antennas can be enabled.”