Gov’t to inform the Court on railway system
Asked about a Supreme Court’s demand for “railway passengers to be treated in a dignified way,” Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich said the request is “in accordance with the government’s efforts” and that a comprehensive report on the matter will be delivered to the Court.
“This request is in accordance with what the government has been doing, not only in passenger transport but also in cargo with help from international investments,” Capitanich said during his daily press briefing at Government House.
The Kirchnerite official assured that the government will “deliver a comprehensive report to the Court regarding the investments” already made and those planned for the next year.
He explained that the investment aims to guarantee infrastructure work on “burying of the lines, new railways, monitoring and security, signalling and new trains.”