The House of Representatives today hung the bill that sought to hold a referendum to raise pension payments to a constitutional level.
The measure was hung in the House after being passed in the Senate hours earlier. on the day.
This did not obtain the 39 votes needed to be approved. It was reported that there were 15 absent representatives.
The president of the Chamber, Carlos Johnny Méndez, had anticipated that the measure proposed by Governor Wanda Vázquez Garced would not obtain the necessary votes to be approved.
In the Senate, more Early on, the piece of legislation was approved by obtaining 23 votes in favor of the senators of the delegation of the New Progressive Party (PNP) and the popular senators Eduardo Bhatia Gautier, Aníbal José Torres and Rossana López León. Similarly, the independentista senator Juan Dalmau Ramírez and the independent senator José Vargas Vidot. Popular senators Cirilo Tirado Rivera, José Luis Dalmau Santiago and Miguel Pereira voted against.