Javier Milei criticized those who did not sign the May Pact: They want to boycott us

After signing the document with 18 governors, the head of state gave a speech in which he criticized the provincial leaders who were not part of the party.

President Javier Milei questioned tonight the governors who refused to sign the May Pact in Tucumán. “They want to boycott us”he said on national television, with his back to the Historic House where Independence was declared in 1816.

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After signing the document with 18 governors, the head of state gave a speech in which he criticized the provincial leaders who did not participate. “In some cases, it was because their ideological blinders prevent us from ignoring the root of Argentina’s failure. Unfortunately, in other cases, it was because they were stubborn and did not want to give up the benefits that the old order offered them,” he said on national television.

“It is no coincidence that among the latter are those who have tried to boycott this Government and are conspiring to make it fail. They are addicted to the system because their personal interests are diametrically opposed to those of ordinary people and they know, although they do not admit it, that they progress at the expense of the Argentines as a whole, things getting worse and worse.” continuous.

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Despite this, he called on them – in his own style – to put aside their differences. “We are convinced that those who ignore society’s demands can return to the Argentine path in the future and return to redemption,” he said.

“You will find us here, defending the same ideas that we reaffirm today, and we will welcome you with open arms. Every man is capable of redemption, and we will not turn away anyone who wants to contribute to building the change that the country so desperately needs,” he said.

“Nobody cares what party he comes from, who he has been with, where he has been active, or what he has done, as long as he has acted within the law. The only thing that matters is that he embraces and wants to contribute, as all of us here today do, to the fundamental pillars on which we are going to build the new Argentina,” he concluded.

 
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