The National Science, Technology and Innovation Plan 2030 has won the unanimous vote of the deputies

Manis announced: “In this committee, we dealt with the matter carefully, and we held two media meetings in which experts from all over the country participated.”

The House Committee on Science, Technology and Productive Innovation gave a unanimous opinion on the project under consideration, which approves National Plan for Science, Technology and Innovation 2030. This proposes a conceptual, programmatic and political journey with the aim of designing a horizon for the scientific, technological and innovation sector in our country.

Vice Facundo Manes The UCR, chair of the committee, explained that the plan was prepared by the Ministry of Science, voted unanimously by the Senate and sent to the House of Representatives. He added, “In this committee, we dealt with the matter carefully: We held two media meetings in which experts from all over the country participated.”

Manes also said, “We informed the ministry that from our point of view it could be improved before it was sent to the compound.” Among other things, request the identification and assignment of tasks responsible Accurate procedures for achieving goals and a stronger link to production and training systems.

The head of the authority also indicated that a fruitful dialogue channel was produced, from which the ministry presented an appendix to the plan that includes a series of additions that covered some of the shortcomings that were mentioned. “Thanks to this exchange, we have today a plan that serves as a roadmap that will allow for a gradual and substantial improvement,” Manis said.

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In keeping with the electoral debate on the role of the state, the Vice President of the University of California emphasized that it is the states that encourage research and plan and implement scientific policies for technological development. He emphasized, “Maintaining and supporting our scientists does not represent an expenditure, but rather the most valuable investment a country can make. A country that neglects scientific research is weak and backward.

Meanwhile the deputy Dana Tavella (radical development) accompanied the project from the conviction that planning, expression and building consensus around clear and tangible goals is the achievement of order.

In the same vein, he said, “If we deal with science and education, it will be there less poverty, With insecurity, we will have less inflation and less fragility.”

From the bloc of Todos Front MP Mara Brawer They admitted that they were affected by what they experienced as a committee, and they said: “We have reached 40 years of democracy with a very weak democracy, with speeches that none of us thought we would hear again. I am glad the committee has once again rescued politics and consensus.”

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