The Inclusive Student Council 2022 was closed. In this fifth edition, the young people swore, incorporated and approved projects around the theme “creators of dreams, creators of ideas”, adding initiatives for the Deliberative Body. Deputy Governor Carlos Arce, Mayor Leonardo Stelatto, and the First Vice President of the Chamber of Representatives, Hugo Passalacqua, attended.
Within the framework of student week, the closing of the fifth edition of the Inclusive Student Council 2022 was carried out, in which student councilors swore an oath to their functions and incorporated and approved 46 initiatives in which environmental, educational and Of transport.
Starting the session, the president of the HCD, Horacio Martínez, welcomed the authorities and student parliamentarians and swore in the main authority of the Corps. At the time of the swearing-in, Tobías Quensell from the School of Innovation took office as President of the Deliberative Body. Next, the secretary, Facundo Moreira from CEP No. 20; the Legislative Pro-Secretary, Guillermo Acosta from the Liceo Storni and the Administrative Pro-Secretary, Agustín Camacho from the Instituto Cristiano República Argentina. Finally, Aldana Castro from CEP No. 1 took over as Ombudsman.
In legislative matters, the parliamentarians incorporated 22 Communications, 22 Ordinances, a Resolution and a Declaration oriented to the theme “creators of dreams, creators of ideas”, in which each one could put together projects aimed at enhancing the city.
At the time of the tributes, the students thanked the opportunity provided by the Deliberative Council to participate in said experience, the parents and teachers for the technical support and highlighted the strengthening of the links between the institutions. Closing the day, not only did they receive diplomas from the mayors but they were also entertained by the Free Style group, MRN.
Incorporated and approved projects
During the session, the parliamentarian, Aldana Castro from CEP No. 1, presented a communication project to create the “Animal Guard” patrol, in order to become an executing body for policies and activities aimed at the protection, defense, care and recovery of animals in a vulnerable situation: “we need the Municipality to create not only the patrol but also a free line for reporting abandoned pets together with awareness talks on the subject”.
Continuing with the care of the environment, the parliamentarian Eddiam Schirmer of the Normal Superior School USA of Brazil, incorporated a Communication initiative to request the DEM, a report on the implementation of Ordinance VI – No. 29, Comprehensive Urban Solid Waste Management program and in particular on the differentiation of waste containers by their type and reuse process. He also proposed the installation of cigarette holders at bus stops and placing informative posters on their use.
Also, Santino Arce from the Posadas Institute asked the DEM to clean up the Zaimán stream and its Lapacho and Estepa tributaries and the ARA Zaimán reserve: “with the heavy rains, the garbage is washed into the Paraná river, contaminating the water that we use”. Along the same lines, Guillermo Acosta Bordón from the Liceo Naval Almirante Storni, proposed creating the “Posadas se Ilumina o se Enigne” Program, in order to install billboards with LED technology: “they do not imply a great economic impact or great energy expenditure. It would also include economic benefits for those who wanted to participate.”
For her part, the parliamentarian of the same institution, Martina Wendel, incorporated an initiative to create the Waste Management Educational Program in schools and educational institutions. While the parliamentarian Cesar Almada of the Escuela Superior Normal No. 10, added a project to create the Plastics Reuse Program for the creation of ecological bricks: “waste is encompassing an environmental policy that takes years to eradicate. This is a problem that encompasses all of us, since we cannot eliminate plastic from our lives”
Along the same lines, Tobías Quensell from the Misiones Secondary School of Innovation, added a project to create the “Program for the registration, creation and conservation of urban and peri-urban natural areas of the City of Posadas”: “it is important that the city a record of each species that makes up our biodiversity. Let us opt for options that can favor the sustainable development of our Posadas”.
Ariana Cruz of BOP No. 9, incorporated an initiative not only to create the “Biodiversity Restoration Program” that promotes the importance of caring for and preserving the environment through the planting of native trees, but also to create the “Program of Popular Disclosure in Public Spaces”, with informative content referring to various topics of general interest: “it is about establishing different topics that are of general interest to the student population”.
Regarding transportation, Parliamentarian Bruno López of the Genesis Educational Institute asked the DEM to carry out free training courses in Argentine Sign Languages for people who work as drivers of the Integrated Urban Transportation System, a public rental car service. with a taximeter and transportation for schoolchildren: “the idea is to improve communication and disability”. It also incorporated an initiative to request the DEM, manage before the SITUM companies, the installation of a Visual and Auditory Information System, in the transfer terminals with the arrival and departure information of the different lines and install in the TUP stops , signage with the reading-writing system in Braille.
In relation to security and tourism, parliamentarian Agustín Ezequiel Camacho of the Instituto Cristiano República Argentina, incorporated a project to create a Security Totem in order to obtain immediate intervention and have greater security. Francisco de Haro from IPESMI, for his part, proposed to create the “InfoMapa” program, through the preparation of two informative and instructive maps, located at strategic points and virtually in our city.
Regarding inclusion, the parliamentarian Ana Ferreyra of the Escuela Normal Superior EE.UU., Brazil, asked the DEM for a report on the implementation of the “Educate to Choose” workshop program. Eddian Schirmer from the same institution, requested that the municipality of the city of Posadas adhere to Provincial Law XIV – No. 15, by which it adheres to National Law No. 26,364, regarding the prevention and punishment of human trafficking. and assistance to victims of these crimes.
The parliamentarians Bianca Skripczuk and Agustina Cabral of the Immaculate Conception Institute, incorporated an initiative to apply a sanction to people who carry out some type of verbal or physical harassment on public roads. Both also incorporated an Ordinance project, to readjust the position of the traffic lights for a better view of pedestrians, to apply a sanction to people who carry out any type of mistreatment of animals on public roads and to restrict the use, delivery and sale of disposable plastic straws.
Finally, in educational matters, Lucas Deis from the Gutenberg Institute, joined initiatives to create the “Lightening Backpacks” Program, in order to protect the mental and emotional health of children (“if I had had the necessary tools when I was a child, I would have been much better, looking back) and to adhere the Municipality of Posadas to Provincial Law VI – No. 209, referring to incorporating Emotional Education into the curricular design, in the public educational system of state and private management.
The parliamentarian Melina Zelaya of CEP No. 53, asked the DEM to negotiate with the Ministry of Education, so that the Permanent Education schools for Youth and Adults have psycho-pedagogical cabinets and nursery for the children of the students. For his part, parliamentarian Francisco De Haro of IPESMI, requested to create the program “Training on Prevention of torture, cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment on the occasion of deprivation of liberty”, at the secondary education level.
Also, the parliamentarian, Andrés Balguenet of BOP No. 9, incorporated a project to create the “Agro-Development Program: permanent training for farming families in the municipality.” Regarding the needs of young people, Luciano Acosta from the Rosa Guarú Educational Center proposed creating Exclusive School Transport for the student population (“this would generate a positive change for all users, particularly students, who today occupy 90 % of the population) and the Youth Recreational Center of the city.