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During a power outage, Elisa Carrió said "no increases are justified".



"Edenor and Edesur have an increase that is not justified. People who claim Almagro for cuts are right, ”said a national deputy.

He added: "The worst thing about Edenor and Edesur is that they don't even respond to your phone, it happened a thousand times. It cannot be that sometimes it is necessary to use institutional relationships to get back the light of the neighborhood. So they asked me about Barrio Norte. "

Users who are affected by a power shortage have experienced high temperatures in recent days. While many thought that the rain would come on Tuesday at night, Wednesday's problems continued.

Added to this the growth rate is on Friday, reaching 32%. ENRE will publish the new tariff tables, which will come into force in February. The government announced this in December when it explained that it would be 26% on average for households, but in some categories it would reach 32%.

The most difficult places in the last few hours were San Miguel, San Fernando, Moreno, Hurlingham, Jose C. Paz, Escobar, Tres de Febrero and Tigre.

In the case of Edesur, ENRE reported a significant number of interruptions in the federal capital Recoleta, San Telmo, Flores and AlmagroAnd, for example, in Buenos Aires Almirante Brown, Avellaneda, Berazategui, Esteban Echeverría, Quilmes and San Vicente.

On Monday this summer was the hottest day: in over 20 provinces the feeling of heat exceeded 42 degrees and the National Meteorological Service issued orange warning. Tuesday continued similarly with a in the metropolitan area, a maximum of 37 degrees and a thermal sensation of 45.

It is expected that only on Thursday will the temperature drop. The sky will be partly cloudy or cloudy, moderate wind from the western sector, rotating to the southern sector and then east, with unstable weather conditions in the afternoon and temperatures between 22 and 27 degrees.


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