AMIA: The government rejoins members to achieve quorum
February 26, 2013
The government makes its parliamentary strategy and make renounce congressmen Mirkin and Eliceche in their provincial offices to return to Congress.
The ruling yesterday advanced its strategy to reinstate two members licensed to ensure a quorum at the special meeting called for this Wednesday.
Thus, Social Development Minister of Tucumán, Beatriz Mirkin resigned in the last hours, to resume her seat in the Lower House.
The resignation was finalized yesterday, but according to local media versions, she would swear in office on Thursday, after attending the morning session of Lowe House.
Mirkin was elected national congressman in October 2011 and then vacated the Ministry of Social Development Tucuman that she headed.
Enrique Zamudio was appointed but the governor José Alperovich dismissed him earlier this year and Mirkin resumed.
Now, the strategy of the ruling party in the Lower House determined its new waiver, although it would be temporary.