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Governor of Puerto Rico will deliver new Fiscal Plan without dismissals and pension cuts

The Fiscal Supervision Board that controls the finances of the island is demanding from the Government dismissals, pension cuts and changes to the country’s labor laws.

 

Rosselló approached the Board with the labor reform and the Board proved intransigent Univision Puerto Rico

The governor of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rosselló, will send this week to the Fiscal Supervision Board (JSF)that controls the finances of the island a new Fiscal Plan that does not include the dismissal of public employees, the pension cuts or a labor reform such as the entity demanded last week.

The JSF is an organization created by the US Congress in 2016 to control the finances of the government of Puerto Rico after it failed to meet the payments of maturity of its public debt amounting to 70,000 million dollars.

The PROMESA Law , which created the board, protected the government from its creditors through a process similar to the bankruptcy law and requires the administration to submit fiscal plans to the JSF that can be approved or rejected by the entity, which in turn You can impose your own plan over the laws and decisions of the local government.

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In a letter addressed to the JSF on Sunday, Rosselló emphasized that, although the PROMESA Law allows the entity to certify or not the Government’s Fiscal Plan, the board can not usurp the legislative and operational powers of the local government .

Roselló maintains that this is what the JSF intends to do when it asks the government to cut pensions, dismiss public employees and make a labor reform on its own terms.

With its Fiscal Plan, the Governor had proposed a controversial reform to the labor laws of Puerto Rico that eliminated the payment of the Christmas bonus or Christmas bonus in the private sector, annulled the laws for unjustified dismissal and reduced the days of vacations and compulsory sick leave. 15 to 7 , in exchange for an increase in the local minimum wage of 7.25 dollars per hour to 8.25 dollars.

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However, last week the JSF accepted all these proposals, adding that government pensions should be cut by 10 percent and rejected any immediate increase in the minimum wage.

Rosselló replied that without an increase in the minimum wage, he withdrew his labor reform proposal and criticized that the JSF proposal did not include a single training program for the labor force.

“The government will not allow the taking of these powers, and therefore we will not implement many of the suggested revisions,” the Puerto Rican chief executive said in a statement accompanying the letter.

“In case the Board decides to certify a Fiscal Plan that shows an excess of its faculties, it knows that the Government elected by the people will exercise its discretion when implementing those measures it deems appropriate and in the public welfare,” he said.

He also stressed that there is a commitment from his administration to increase labor participation, keep the Christmas bonus, vacation days and sickness despite the fact that the JSF “insists on eliminating them without giving way to a labor compensation like the increase in minimum wage and workforce training. ”

 

Was the labor reform good or bad for the Government? Univision Puerto Rico

Rosselló emphasized in the seven-page letter that the Government of Puerto Rico “strongly believes that the suggested revisions (by the Board) would significantly depress macroeconomic growth, which is an important cornerstone of the Fiscal Plan.”

Therefore, he said that in the revised Fiscal Plan, which will be sent to the JSF next Thursday, will not include a labor reform proposal and will only add the establishment of a credit by income for work (EITC) for workers with low or moderate income. and the work requirement to participate in the Nutrition Assistance Program (PAN).

Rossello said, in addition, that the JSF “continues to insist” on an average reduction of 10 percent of pension benefits in all government retirement systems but that such measure imposes “a disproportionate burden on workers and retirees of Puerto Rico.” ”

At the same time, he insisted that he will develop the regionalization, the counties and the voluntary mobilization of inmates to institutions in other jurisdictions of the United States, because these proposals will produce significant savings in the daily operation of the Government.

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La Junta de Supervisión Fiscal que controla las finanzas de la isla le está exigiendo al Gobierno despidos, recortes de pensiones y cambios a las leyes laborales del país.

Rosselló hizo un acercamiento a la Junta con la reforma laboral y la Junta demostró ser intransigenteUnivision Puerto Rico

El gobernador de Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rosselló, enviará esta semana a la Junta de Supervisión Fiscal (JSF) que controla las finanzas de la isla un nuevo Plan Fiscal que no contempla el despido de empleados públicos, el recorte de pensiones ni una reforma laboral tal como le exigió la entidad la semana pasada.

La JSF es un organismo creado por el Congreso de EEUU en 2016 para controlar las finanzas del gobierno de Puerto Rico tras éste no poder cumplir con los pagos de vencimientos de su deuda pública ascendente a 70,000 millones de dólares.

La Ley PROMESA, que creó la junta, protegió al Gobierno de sus acreedores mediante un proceso similar a la ley de quiebras y le exige a la administración presentar planes fiscales a la JSF que pueden ser aprobados o rechazados por la entidad, que a su vez puede imponer su propio plan por encima de la leyes y decisiones del gobierno local.

En una carta dirigida a la JSF el domingo, Rosselló enfatizó que, aunque la Ley PROMESA le permite a la entidad certificar o no el Plan Fiscal del Gobierno, la junta no puede usurpar los poderes legislativos y operacionales del gobierno local.

Roselló sostiene que eso es lo que pretende hacer la JSF cuando le pide al Gobierno recortar las pensiones, despedir empleados públicos y hacer una reforma laboral bajo sus propios términos.

Con su Plan Fiscal el Gobernador había propuesto una polémica reforma a las leyes laborales de Puerto Rico que eliminaba el pago del bono de Navidad o aguinaldo en el sector privado, anulaba las leyes por despido injustificado y reducía los días de vacaciones y por enfermedad obligatorios de 15 a 7, a cambio de un aumento en el salario mínimo local de 7.25 dólares la hora a 8.25 dólares.

Sin embargo, la semana pasada la JSF aceptó todas esas propuestas, agregó que las pensiones del Gobierno debían ser recortadas en 10 por ciento y rechazó cualquier aumento inmediato en el salario mínimo.

Rosselló contestó que sin aumento del salario mínimo retiraba su propuesta de reforma laboral y criticó que la propuesta JSF no incluyera ni un solo programa de capacitación para la fuerza laboral.

“El Gobierno no permitirá la toma de estos poderes, y por lo tanto no implementaremos muchas de las revisiones sugeridas”, afirmó el jefe del Ejecutivo puertorriqueño en un comunicado que acompañó a la misiva.

“En caso de que la Junta decida certificar un Plan Fiscal que muestre un exceso de sus facultades, sepa que el Gobierno electo por el pueblo ejercerá su discreción al implementar aquellas medidas que considere apropiadas y en el bienestar público”, aseguró.

Recalcó, además, que existe un compromiso de su administración de incrementar la participación laboral, mantener el bono de Navidad, los días de vacaciones y enfermedad pese a que l a JSF “insiste en eliminarlos sin dar paso a una compensación laboral como el aumento al salario mínimo y entrenamiento a la fuerza laboral”.

Rosselló enfatizó en la carta de siete páginas que el Gobierno de Puerto Rico “cree firmemente que las revisiones sugeridas (por la Junta) deprimirían significativamente el crecimiento macroeconómico, que es una piedra angular importante del Plan Fiscal”.

Por ello, adelantó que en el Plan Fiscal revisado, que será enviado a la JSF el jueves próximo, no incluirá una propuesta de reforma laboral y solo agregará el establecimiento de un crédito por ingresos por trabajo (EITC) para trabajadores con ingresos bajos o moderados y el requerimiento de trabajo para poder participar en el Programa de Asistencia Nutricional (PAN).

Rosselló dijo, además, que la JSF “continúa insistiendo” en una reducción promedio del 10 por ciento de los beneficios de pensión en todos los sistemas de jubilación del Gobierno pero que tal medida impone “una carga desproporcionada a los trabajadores y jubilados de Puerto Rico”.

Al mismo tiempo, insistió en que desarrollará la regionalización, los condados y la movilización voluntaria de reos a instituciones en otras jurisdicciones de Estado Unidos, debido a que estas propuestas producirán ahorros significativos en la operación diaria del Gobierno.

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What are the public and social policies, who can and cannot dictate them, should they be dictated at all and in principle, and what is the best way to formulate and to implement the good, sound, healthy social policies; as the essential part of the good governance as the leading concept in political science? 

This past week Gov. Rosello accused the PR Financial Oversight Board of meddling into public policies and the intentions to dictate them. This evokes the whole array of questions mentioned above. They deserve the competent public discussions. The political and the financial necessities can be combined if the big picture is viewed and taken into account. 

The beggers cannot be choosers, someone might comment smugly. The bondholders demandsshould be met, to maintain the financial credibility. But, it seems to me, this has to be done with the minimum sacrifices for pension plans and workers. These projected hypothetical savings might make the relatively insignificant contribution to the overall economic picture, and these corrective measures might only add to the further demoralization of the workforce. More expert information, estimates, and opinions are needed on this subject. 

However, it is not bad that this conflict came into the open, and was not swept under the rug. Maybe, something good indeed will come out of this public discussion. 

The political brinkmanship is an art and quite often it is used as a tool, and more so in this age of political chutzpah unbound, the age of Trumpismo-Putinismo (cum Cretinismo, quite sometimes). The creation of good and efficient social policies is the higher art, it should be free from these passing complications, and it should also be more of the fundamental and the longer term enterprise. 

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