The government also plans to limit subsidies for the fuel sector, a very sensitive issue in a country where rising prices have already led to violent protests in the past.
"Let's start by tightening up the belt of the executive," the president said on national television in a speech announcing that the "slimming" of the government would suppress 20 entities, including the Ministry of Justice and the ministry. of Foreign Affairs.
The head of state was accompanied by the secretary-general of the presidency, Eduardo Jurado, and by the Minister of Finance, Richard Martinez.
Jury said that the price of super-petrol, the most expensive on the market, will rise by 20%.