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ALCALDES PIDIERON AL CONGRESO ARCHIVAR LEY DE REGALÍAS

Autor: miguelangelok el 16-12-2011, 09:02

46 ALCALDES PIDIERON AL CONGRESO ARCHIVAR LEY DE REGALÍAS
Los alcaldes y alcaldesas del país pidieron al Congreso archivar el proyecto de Ley por la cual se regula la organización y funcionamiento del Sistema General de Regalías.

Aseguraron los mandatarios locales que la iniciativa "despoja a los municipios de Colombia de sus derechos, pues las regalías se destinarán, exclusivamente, a financiar los macro-proyectos del Gobierno Nacional".

El texto presentado por los alcaldes es el siguiente:

Bogotá D.C. diciembre 15 de 2011

Honorables congresistas

Los Alcaldes y Alcaldesas electos del país, reunidos en el seminario de inducción a la Administracion Publica le pedimos al Congreso de la República archivar el proyecto de ley sobre la distribución de las regalía, de forma tal que en el semestre entrante, y a partir de un nuevo proyecto de ley concertado con los alcaldes de Colombia, se legisle al respecto.

Está demostrado que la propuesta despoja a los municipios de Colombia de sus derechos, pues las regalías se destinarán exclusivamente a financiar los macro-proyectos del gobierno nacional.

El proyecto golpea la descentralización, porque le entrega al gobierno central el poder de decidir en qué se deben invertir los recursos de las regalías, lesionando el principio de autonomía territorial consagrado en la Constitución Política de Colombia.

Por estas razones, le reiteramos al Congreso de la República archivar el proyecto de ley reglamentario de Regalías, para que sea posible y creíble para la opinión publica el anuncio realizado por el señor presidente de la República el pasado 13 de diciembre cuando se afirmó que los gobiernos locales recibirían en los próximos años recursos como nunca antes en la historia de los entes territoriales.

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A.StevTwo things (directed not at Peggy, but the naysayers):1. Paleo/Primal/Whatever is just about eating things SIMILAR to what we evolved to eat, for which there is strong medical and scientific evidence. It’s not about anything not related to diet and exercise, so absurd reductionist arguments like “Why do you use a computer?” or “Why do you eat beef and not gazelle and elephant?” are missing the point entirely.Connected to that last one, Dana also brought up the good point that there were (and are still) paleolithic peoples all over the world that ate very different game and plants depending on the environment. You don’t need to eat only things that come from Africa to be Paleo or have tremendous health benefits, that’s just absurd.2. I never got the impression that Peggy was saying anybody who eats a grain-free, not-strictly-paleo treat occasionally is bad or not paleo or somehow inferior. Correct me if I’m wrong Peggy, but what I got out of it was: IF YOU’RE JUST MOSTLY EATING A STANDARD AMERICAN DIET AND REPLACING GRAINS AND FLOUR WITH “PALEO SUBSTITUTES” IT’S STILL NOT A PALEO DIET: IT’S JUST A “GRAIN-FREE” DIET. Some treats with coconut and nuts and stuff may be fine occasionally, but just eating normally and cooking with almond or coconut flour is missing the point of Paleo entirely. I realise some people use these to transition, and that’s fine, but “transition” needs to be the key word there.I personally don’t eat any of that stuff or ever cheat on Paleo, and I’m even slowly making my diet “stricter” (I use quotes because cutting out nuts and replacing most of my veggies with liver isn’t exactly ascetic or testing my willpower at all). I’m just the type of person that if I cheat once, it’ll quickly be twice, then four times, and on and on until I’m just eating shit again, so I don’t do it… and honestly, I don’t miss it. I don’t personally begrudge people the odd smarter treat, but people have to be careful, because it’s a slippery slope and they could find themselves starting to gain weight and get unhealthy again by eating too much of these “Paleo Substitute”-type foods. I know I’m not alone when it comes to one tiny cheat leading to complete failure, so be careful people! Order Cialis online car insurance quote

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, I don’t think that the statement “We put food in our mouths like we put gas in a car” or the notion that “sharing [foods], protecting them, and fighting for them” is limited to a farming lifestyle are on point.In many ways, farming alleviates the need for thinking about food, as it takes away the uncertainty of where your next meal will come from, so I don’t think it follows logically to assume that we didn’t spend a lot of time thinking about food before agriculture. After all, your own ability to eat meats and vegetables without worrying or thinking about them is a product of their ready availability. But the main thing is that cooking is an inherently human activity. Sharing food is an inherently human behavior. Ritual is an inherently human behavior. There’s a reason that our pre-agricultural ancestors drew pictures of prey animals on their cave walls: food was absolutely something that we thought about and ritualized and protected and fought over before the development of agriculture. And that’s what the holiday indulgences represent, I think. They are a way of celebrating the bounty that the world gives us, and has always given us since we first evolved.I want to be clear that I’m not endorsing primal substitutes as a day-to-day way of life. But the notion that cooking is an adulteration of our relationship with food, or that food is nothing more than fuel, or that celebrating with food is a problematic behavior (it can be – don’t eat your feelings – but it definitely doesn’t have to be) or isn’t primal just doesn’t make sense to me. I can’t imagine anything MORE primal than honoring our oldest and most fundamental relationship to the world around us. From time immemorial, we have fought for food, commemorated food in art, shared food as a method of group bonding, and otherwise celebrated the edible bounty of nature. Ignoring that seems decidedly non-primal to me. low interest transfer balance credit cards

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