Topolansky complained because the FA did not question Arbeleche

Topolansky complained because the FA did not question Arbeleche

The former vice president said that not having invested in the Casupá dam was a political economy decision.

The former vice president, Lucia Topolansky, claimed that the Minister of Economy and Finance, lily arbelecheshould also have been questioned by the Parliament by the water crisis, while he described the non-investment of the casupá dam as a political economy decision.

last week the broad front questioned in Parliament the Minister of the Environment, Robert Bouvierand the Minister of Public Health, Karina Rando, for their efforts and future solutions to the water crisis that plagues Uruguay. In this sense, the former vice president, Lucía Topolansky, claimed that the economy ministerAzucena Arbeleche, should have been questioned by the Broad Front due to her decisions regarding the investment project in the Casupá dam.

“There are already three times that an extension has been requested for the loan of the CAFbecause if you have a project studied, the prompt bidding and prompt financing, it is to start the execution”, Topolansky explained to the Underlined medium, who added that, for her, at that moment “they ate the future”.

On the other hand, the vice president added that she knows the situation firsthand. “I know that Tabaré personally took care of talking to him about the Casupá project and the expansion of running waters; project that was even financed by the CAF to Lacalle”, he explained.

What did Bouvier say about Casupá?

During his interpellation, the Minister of the Environment defended the management of Luis Lacalle Pou and the work project for a water treatment plant in Arazatí, San José, which will take water from the De La Plata river since, according to Bouvier, the president decided to “legitimately” divert the road that was intended to build the dam from Casupá, in Florida.

On the other hand, he reviewed the actions of the Broad Front during his efforts between 2013 and 2019 and took the opportunity to recriminate that the Casupá plant would be in its final stages – between September of this year and the beginning of 2024 – if they had decided to start with the work, although he admitted that it would not be the solution to the current scarcity problem facing Uruguay.

Source: Ambito

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