“Seek attention”: anger on the Atlantic coast with Horacio Rodríguez Larreta for the start of classes

The start of classes has been controversial over what the protocols will be for students within schools. In the City of Buenos Aires will be different from the rules that the Province of Buenos Aires. Protocol differences occur across the country. However added a new anger with Horace Rodriguez Larreta. the faintness comes from Atlantic coastwhere they accuse themselves of having been harmed by back to school on February 21.

Coronavirus and quarantine were a devastating mix for resorts. In the different points of the Atlantic coast, they expected and wished for a summer season like the one that is taking place. Argentine beach tourism has returned to recover the numbers that existed before the pandemic. However, the concern about the return to school in February, at the City, is latent.

Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, together with his Minister of Education, Soledad Acuña, announced that the school year, in his jurisdiction, will begin on February 21. This formalization resonated in tourist centers, where they expected the season to last until after Carnival. including an critical the Buenos Aires decision was Gustave Barreramayor of Villa Geselle.

Horacio Rodríguez Larreta’s decision to start classes on 02/21 has a negative impact on tourism in our region, since 25% comes from CABA. In a sense opposite to the government of Buenos Aires, in Villa Gesell we are committed to continuing to promote this beautiful season, ”said the boss of the coastal city.

Gustavo Barrera continued his attack on the head of government in Buenos Aires and maintained that “to seek attention or political gain”. Despite the fact that Barrera is part of the Frente de Todos, he claimed that Larreta “harms the cities of the Atlantic coast, including the municipalities in their own political space”. It should be noted that there are mayors of Together for Change in Pinamar (Martín Yeza) and General Pueyrredón (Guillermo Montenegro).

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