Juan Manuel Urdubey
, announced today that it will donate its public wages to this province after the controversy arisen after the provincial agent's executive said that the salary it receives as official
the public does not have enough to live.
, and a wave of criticism was unleashed. Two days later, the leader of the Peronists published a social networking announcement saying: "I decided to give my salary as governor of public goods in my province for the rest of my mandate."
I consider the policy to be a public service. The misinterpretation of the statements made by me and removed from the context requires clarification, I admit that I can be clearer, but I do not acknowledge bad faith. "- Juan Manuel Utrebei (@UrtubeyJM)
November 24, 2018
"I believe that politics is a public service, misinterpretations of statements made by me and taken out of the context require clarification, I admit that I can be clearer, but I do not acknowledge bad faith," he continued.
Interview with Urtubey for LN +
The governor, who is part of the sector that is not a Kirchner peronist, added: "I confirm that thanks to our private policy politics is not the basis of my livelihood and my family, I do not live in politics, I live for politics."
From Salta's management, they pointed to Telam that Urdubei was dedicated to raising pigs and agricultural activities, while assuring that the Governor's salary was $ 86,834.