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Last Friday, Energy Minister Javier Iguacel said that, 2076 top of the expected 30 percent increase that would be applied to gas bills around the country in October, users would have to additionally pony up for those production costs in 24 payments, starting in January Ever since the announcement was made, tensions have done nothing but escalate.
On their end, gas companies threatened to halt their investment in the sector if the government does not move forward with the measure, arguing their contracts are in US dollars. In fact, Infobae reported that in a paper distributed in the past hours, companies argue they should actually increase bills by percent to fully cover their costs. Otherwise, they say, the country would go back to implementing populist measures in the energy sector.
However, different news sites reported that numerous users have filed injunctions against the increases, arguing they violate the legal principles of non-retroactivity — i.
In fact, Sergio Mohadeb, a leyy who gained popularity on social media by sharing legal tips for daily situation through his account Derecho en Zapatillasshared a standardized injunction for people to fill with their information, ,ey they want to initiate legal actions against the state for its decision. Esta es la ley de gas.
Igual no puede afectar derecho constitucional de propiedad del usuario: Government representatives argue, ldy contrast, that the decision does go in accordance to law and anticipated they will fight back the injunctions in court: The government lost a legal battle against users over the first wave of gas increases inafter different organizations filed injunctions against what they considered to be disproportionate hikes.
The legal battle made it all the way to the Supreme Court, which determined the government had to backtrack with its increases, not because of the amount, but because it did not hold the public hearings required by law, aimed at informing the public about them.
The government ended up holding the hearings and implementing the increases, but close to four months after its initial expectations. Ever since, it has continued to hike prices twice a year, in April and October.
The legal arguments are different in this case, but the precedent where the government did not achieve a similar goal exists. He has also contributed to news sites such as Infobae and Americas Quarterly.
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