I hope today is the beginning of the end of this eternal decline.

The ex-president Mauricio Macri posted a message early Wednesday morning, after the signing of the May Pact in Tucumánin which he celebrated the agreement and commemorated the national holiday of July 9th“I hope that today is the beginning of the end of this eternal decline,” wrote the former president from his official account on the social network X (formerly Twitter).

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Macri was present last night in Tucumán, at the event led by President Javier Milei at the Historic House where the Act of Independence was signed in 1816. Along with the 18 governors who signed the act with the 10 points of consensus, there were also other personalities from national politics.

“For my grandson, my children and the children of all Argentines, I hope that today is the beginning of the end of this eternal decline that has produced corruption and impoverishment in our country. I trust that the majority of the authorities who signed this commitment to the future did so in earnest, with a deep and honest conviction to change. If so, we can look forward and have faith that democracy and freedom will lead us to our destiny.”

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