Thursday , July 29 2021

They will present a project so that education-related debts do not appear in national business reports



The senators from the Education Commission will present a project they are establishing a ban on the publication in the commercial accounts of the register of the debts generated by the financing of educationfrom the school to the higher education.

As in the case of primary service debts, the objective of not including educational crime in Dicom's reports is allow affected persons to access banking servicessuch as mortgage loans.

Jasna Provosta, the agency's chairman, explained that the CAE was created in the context of a scarcity of resources, and that in the current application of monetary aid debt maintenance would be unfair.

In this sense, he pointed out that this project is only a minor repair for the debtors.

"All those who have made significant efforts in the field of education, they can not have their records in any report "– he said.

For its part, PPD Senator Jaime Quintana assured this expects cross-sectoral support for the initiativeand if the ruling party opposes it, it would consolidate the recognition of the education industry, which it considers to be a fair reception project.

"Obviously, we are faced with a counter-reform in education, so this initiative is born and must have the support of the majority," he said.

Also, MP of the new Commonwealth Camilla Rohas, who chairs the CAE Investigation Commission, said that in the conclusions of this instance they implementation errors make their collection unjustTherefore, when included in Dicom, they will be revised.

"He had problems with design and performance. That debt is unfair, "he said.

The initiative is retroactive, so debtors will be deleted from the trade register and states that a CAE remission mechanism can eventually be reached.


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