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Reactivation of petrochemicals is part of the pre-electoral campaign in Tarija, according to sectors

The reactivation of the petrochemical company in Yacuiba announced yesterday by President Luis Arce is part of the pre-election campaign in favor of MAS for the subnational elections in Tarija, as agreed by representatives of the civic movement, the business sector and the College of Economists.

« He is on a political campaign at the moment until March 7 and we hope that afterwards he fulfills that commitment«, Said the president of the Tarija Pro Interests Committee, Marco Guaygua.

The civic leader waits for the Government guarantees financial resources to build the petrochemical plant and not stay in a project.

YPFB plans the construction of the complex of propylene and polypropylene plants (petrochemical) with a budgeted amount of $ us 1,800 million, credit granted by the Central Bank of Bolivia (BCB).

For the president of the College of Economists of Tarija, Saul Aramayo, the commitment to reactivate the project is part of the pre-election campaign if it is considered that the State does not have economic liquidity at present.

« It’s a promise that I don’t know if he will be able to fulfill in the short term. The government party does not want to lose presence in Yacuiba that, according to its militants, it was always the place of the Movement to Socialism, « he said.

The general manager of the Federation of Private Entrepreneurs of Tarija (FEPT), Patricia Vargas, argued that the promise of the head of state is pre-electoral to note that if the candidate for governor, Álvaro Ruiz, for the MAS wins in the sub-nationals, that and other works will be able to face.

At your discretion, a reengineering of the feasibility of building the petrochemical plant must be carried out after natural gas reserves were reduced.

President Luis Arce was yesterday in Yacuiba for reinforce the pre-electoral campaign with the announcement of works And this Saturday it was the turn of the ex-president Juan Evo Morales to lead a proselytizing activity in the city of Tarija.

The reactivation of the petrochemicals in Yacuiba announced yesterday by President Luis Arce is part of the pre-election campaign in favor of MAS for the subnational elections in Tarija, as agreed by representatives of the civic movement, the business sector and the College of Economists.

« He is on a political campaign at the moment until March 7 and we hope that afterwards he fulfills that commitment«Said the president of the Tarija Pro Interests Committee, Marco Guaygua.

The civic leader waits for the Government guarantees financial resources to build the petrochemical plant and not stay in a project.

YPFB plans the construction of the complex of propylene and polypropylene plants (petrochemical) with a budgeted amount of $ us 1,800 million, credit granted by the Central Bank of Bolivia (BCB).

For the president of the College of Economists of Tarija, Saul Aramayo, the commitment to reactivate the project is part of the pre-election campaign if it is considered that the State does not have economic liquidity at present.

« It’s a promise that I don’t know if he will be able to fulfill in the short term. The government party does not want to lose presence in Yacuiba that, according to its militants, it was always the place of the Movement to Socialism, « he said.

The general manager of the Federation of Private Entrepreneurs of Tarija (FEPT), Patricia Vargas, argued that the promise of the head of state is pre-electoral to note that if the candidate for governor, Álvaro Ruiz, for the MAS wins in the sub-nationals, they will be able to face this and other works.

At your discretion, a reengineering of the feasibility of building the petrochemical plant must be carried out after natural gas reserves were reduced.

President Luis Arce was yesterday in Yacuiba for reinforce the pre-electoral campaign with the announcement of works And this Saturday it was the turn of the ex-president Juan Evo Morales to lead a proselytizing activity in the city of Tarija.

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