Bossio denies ANSES funds into “Football for All”
February 8, 2013
The executive director of the ANSES, Diego Bossio, denied today that the organism gives funds to support the Football For All program and noted that it is funded entirely from the Ministry of Public Communication.
Thus, the officer responded an article published in a newspaper of Buenos Aires in which it was reported that the Social Security agency put funds for some programs.
“The press repeat ad nauseam that ANSES finances Football for All, when the body does not put a penny in the Program. Football for All is funded entirely from the Ministry of Public Communication, under the Cabinet of Ministers,” said the head of the agency.
Bossio also complained that “the press is trying to install the idea that ANSES funds the “Connect Equality” program (delivery of netbooks to students), when “it only implements it, receiving orders from the Executive Branch that sends money from the treasure of the Nation “.
In a statement he said: “Every time you attack the ANSES are attacking Social Security that we built over the years, 6 million retirees, more than 3 ½ million universal child allowances, 3 ½ million Family Allowances, 2.5 million new retirees by including pension, 3.5 million netbooks to public high schools.”