Alexis Mera, Legal Secretary of the Presidency, said that within the executive veto for the draft Monetary Code, it would be clarified that the Government will not use the resources from the financial system liquidity.
This decision was made after the meeting held by the President last Sunday night and early yesterday with representatives of private banks.
After the meeting it was agreed for banks to give to the Executive written comments on the issues that worry them the most.
The legal secretary noted that some of the ideas of the banking were accepted, as the related to liquidity funds. According Mera, the destiny of hat fund will be explained in detail.
The veto will be sent to the Assembly on Friday.