State reform law

The state reform law (Spanish: Ley de reforma del estado) was sanctioned on August 17, 1989, in Argentina, during the presidency of Carlos Menem. It allowed the privatization of state enterprises, and the fusion or disbanding of state organizations.[1] It was proposed by the Justicialist Party and got the support of the Union of the Democratic Centre.


  1. Romero, p. 289


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