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The company will be based in Cali. The project must be approved by the Representative Kamara.
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November 22, 2018 07:39.
The Colombian Senate unanimously approved a project to establish a sports ministry that will be based in the city of Cali. Thanks to this solution The administrative department of sports, recreation, physical activity and the use of free time (Coldeportes) in the ministry, published by the Senate on Twitter.
The bill should now receive a green light in the House of Representatives, the information added. During the debates, the former president and today Senator Alvaro Uribe assured that he is not "able to deny him", with his voice "the place of the city of Cali for love.
“Of course, I draw attention to the fact that this does not open the way for the government to accomplish decentralization to anything else,” he warned.
For his part, party senator U, Roy Barreras said that the fact that Cali is the seat of the new ministry, “A tribute to the Pacific region” and “a way of decentralization and the real presence of the state throughout the territory”. “Colombian athletes are also creators of national identity,” he concluded.
For his part, the Senator of the Liberal Party, Luis Fernando Velasco, told reporters that the approval of the Ministry of Sport is "a serious confirmation of what athletes in Colombia mean." He also stressed that the bill approved “orders for increased investment” in sports.
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