“We need more federalism in our government.”

San Luis Senator Maria Eugenia has received Catalfamo Economist His office in Congress is among the strongest internal forces surpassing the ruling coalition. The head of the Women’s Banking Commission has assured that relations between the ruling party’s senators in the inter-bloc are “very good” and blamed the recent rift as a “democratic move” with … Read more

On Monday, May 2, 22 AG scholarship recipients began receiving

On that day the facility will be credited to the respective account. Since Tuesday the 3rd is a provincial holiday, payments for those who need to go to the cash register will continue on Wednesday the 4th and end Thursday the 5th. Minors and those who do not have a bank will benefit from the … Read more

Progressive Scholarships: Fortuna and La Toma will have service centers

The Ministry of Education and the municipalities in the area have signed an Act promising to decentralize assistance to interested parties and beneficiaries of this educational stimulus. Online registration will continue. This Thursday, the Minister of Education, Maria Eugenia Cantalube, received Ernesto “PP” Ali and Diego Lucero, mayors of La Toma and Fortuna, respectively. At … Read more

About 3,000 UPrO students will be able to access the Progressive Scholarship

From the San Luis Ministry of Education and the management of UPrO, students in the House of Studies will have the opportunity to access this educational stimulus that the nation grants and the provincial government conducts across the San Luis area. Registration is online until April 30. The Minister of Education, Maria Eugenia Cantalube, and … Read more