We will pursue an aggressive economic deregulation agenda

We will pursue an aggressive economic deregulation agenda
We will pursue an aggressive economic deregulation agenda

Gustavo Sáenz on the May Pact: “I hope it will be the starting point for a new Argentina, prioritizing those who are suffering”

The governor of Salta, Gustavo Saenz, arrived tonight at the event for the signing of the May Pact and welcomed the government’s proposal Javier Miley to promote basic agreements to achieve the country’s economic and social recovery. “I hope this will be the starting point for a new Argentina, prioritizing those who are suffering,” he said.

“We know what points are going to be discussed. The President has been raising them for some time. Most of us agree on these points, especially on to re-discuss many things that Argentines have always been waiting for“, he said, such as the co-participation for the provinces of northern Argentina “and other claims that have been postponed.”

Then, the Salta president stressed that “the only way to move forward is by reaching an agreement, to look for what bridges can unite us and not be constantly looking for issues that do not unite us.” And he expressed his wish that this “May it be the starting point for a new Argentina, where we think about and prioritize those who are suffering the most, such as retirees, the middle class and those who are thinking about a change in government.”

At the end, he took the opportunity to refer to the economic situation and criticised the formula adopted by the Government to end the deficit: “It is a topic that is being discussed. There are several libraries on the subject of the economy. I see that there is a fiscal balance that has been achieved with issues that have stopped being paid such as co-participation, pensions, transfers to the Provincesthe Teacher Incentive Fund, the removal of the compensation fund for transport in the provinces, which still no one explains why the City continues to be paid and the provinces do not. There are many things that we have to sit down and discuss.”

Finally, he spoke to Javier Miley saying that, when it comes to dialogue and seeking consensus, “we are no longer the governors of those who voted for us, the President is no longer the president of those who voted for him, he belongs to all Argentines and I belong to all the people of Salta. We have to put aside fundamentalism and start talking for the people.”

 
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