September 30, 2014

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Tuesday September 30, 2014

    Church comes out against drug reform

    The Argentine Catholic Church yesterday voiced its opposition to the bill to decriminalize drug consumption voiced by Sedronar head Juan Carlos Molina.

    Population in City shantytowns grows by 68%

    The population in Buenos Aires’ shantytowns increased to 275,000 from 163,000 people during the last four years while City Hall’s budget for social housing fell to 2.1 percent this year, the City’s Human Rights Observatory (ODH) reported.

    Opposition to take action against code reform

    Opposition lawmakers will file injunctions against the Civil and Commercial Code bill in order to prevent the congressional debate scheduled for tomorrow, as they insist the draft has not been discussed in Lower House committees.

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