Within the framework of your cycle Dialogues for Argentina, which seeks to establish an area of debate that help improve the republican and democratic system, the City of Buenos Aires Bar Association will hold a conference this Tuesday called “Predictability as a factor for progress and development”, in which renowned specialists from different fields will contribute their views.
The seminar, which it will be free and will be developed virtuallyIt will begin at 9. To participate, you must register in advance through the following link: https://dialogos2021.com/inscripcion-evento.
In the first panel, scheduled for 9 o’clock and entitled “Predictability and economy”The speakers will be the economists Marcos Buscaglia, Marina Dal Poggetto and Fernando Marengo, moderated by the journalist Martín Kanenguiser, editor at Infobae.
The second module will start at 10.10 and will have the participation of renowned lawyers. Daniel Sabsay, Hugo Burgenik, María A. Gelli and Débora Maier will talk about “Private property, axis of a free society”, with Ricardo Roa, deputy general editor of Clarion, as a moderator.
At 11.20 the third panel is scheduled, under the topic “Towards a sustainable federalism”. The jurists Antonio M. Hernández, Juan Vicente Sola and María Gabriela Abalos will debate, coordinated by Jorge Liotti, editor-in-chief of the Politics section of La Nación.
The fourth and last block is scheduled for 12.20. Upon “Justice Reforms and Political Consensus” They will present the national deputies Graciela Camaño (Federal Consensus), Silvia Lospennato (PRO), Hernán Pérez Araujo (Frente de Todos) and Gustavo Menna (UCR), moderated by Gabriel Morini, deputy director of Ámbito Financiero.
The economist Marina Dal Poggetto will be part of the first panel. Photo Lucia Merle
The closing words of the day will be in charge of the president of the City Bar Association, Alberto Garay.
“We offer society a space in which, in a climate of healthy coexistence, the integration of views on relevant issues is favored, which undoubtedly make the future of the Nation happy and, in that perspective, are of general interest to its inhabitants inasmuch as they focus today on long-term public policies inspired by the need to solve underlying problems that afflict our society“said the organizing institution in a statement.
And remarked that “it is about prioritizing the common good” and of “build bridges, analyze, debate all the alternatives that are presented.”
This is the fifth edition of the “Dialogues for Argentina” series carried out by the City Bar Association.