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La Pampa complained before the Supreme Court for the Contributions of the National Treasury

La Pampa complained before the Supreme Court for the Contributions of the National Treasury

“The national government must stop appropriating the National Treasury Contributions (ATN), resources that belong to all provinces,” said Governor Sergio Ziliotto.

The governor of the province of The Pampa, Sergio Ziliotto, filed a complaint with the Supreme Court of Justice for the ones resources belonging to the 1% assigned to National Treasury Contribution Fund integrate the mass of the co-participating funds that belong to the provinces and are distributed secondarily through the daily automatic referral system.

“The national government must stop appropriating the National Treasury Contributions (ATN), resources that belong to all provinces,” Ziliotto noted on his social networks

The presentation before the CSJN “imputes the non-observance of the provisions of the 1994 reform that, in article 75, paragraph 2, constitutionalized the system of federal co-participation of direct and indirect taxes, establishing an equitable, supportive system of resource distribution , which prioritizes a degree of equivalent development, quality of life and equal opportunities throughout the country and, at the same time, guarantees the automaticity of the remission of funds,” indicated a statement published by the Pampean government.

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“The national government retains $397 billion that corresponds to the federal states, deepening the financial suffocation of the provinces,” Ziliotto warned from his X account.

And he added that “as law 23,548 on Federal Tax Co-participation expressly states, the National Treasury Contribution Fund is money that belongs to the provinces and that must be distributed by the National State according to emergency situations and financial imbalances of provincial governments”.

The presentation was made through the State Prosecutor’s Office led by the lawyer Romina Schmidt and with the sponsorship of the constitutional lawyer Andrés Gil Domínguez.

“The national government has only transferred $10.3 billion in a few provinces, which constitutes a negligible sum in relation to the total not distributed. This attitude deepens the evident deterioration of fiscal federalism. The distribution of co-participating funds, coming from the ATN, depends on the absolute discretion of the National Executive Branch without taking into account any constitutional distribution parameter, which conflicts with the objective distribution criteria provided for by art. 75 inc. 2 of the Constitution of the Argentine Nation,” the statement concludes.

Source: Ambito

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