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Macri didn’t understand anything. It wasn’t a bad election, it was a terrible government.
Argentina should grow with a project of its own and implemented by Argentines, not dictated by foreigners with old recipes that always fail.
Poverty has become a big problem.
I am an activist for putting an end to the criminalisation of abortion.
There are no debt payments that can be sustained if the country does not grow.
It makes no sense to have oil if to get it out you have to let the multinationals come and take it.
Argentines must know that any commitment I made is an ethical commitment. We are going to build a solidarity and egalitarian Argentina that everybody dreams.
There’s no possibility that Argentina will fall into default if I’m president.
Capitalism can’t exist without demand.
Macri only wooed hot money, carry traders and speculators. He is the only responsible person for the hardship Argentina is going through.
If I finish my term and have inflation down to a single digit, I will be very happy. That’s four years of hard work.
I will do everything necessary to ensure we can export because that way Argentina will produce dollars.
I come before you to call for unity from all Argentina, to build a new social contract of brotherhood and solidarity. I come before you calling for all to put Argentina on its feet, to put the country on a path toward development and social justice.
The country is indebted, cloaked by an instability that discards the possibility of development and leaves it hostage to foreign financial markets.
We are going to be the Argentina we deserve to be.
Mr. Macri’s government caused damage similar to what Argentina suffered in 2001: a debt default, no foreign-currency reserves, a steep devaluation and increased poverty.
We are not socialists, we are Peronists. We are pragmatic.
I have pride in my son, how can I not be proud?
I am not against oil multinationals. What I am saying is that you end up going to them when you are not able to develop your own technology to extract oil.
I’ve already lived through a default and it’s very hurtful for society. No one could want a default as a solution.
Macri lost $100 billion. Argentina needs dollars to come back in.
But the truth is Brazil is much more important than Bolsonaro.
If I do my job right, companies will want to keep their money in Argentina.
I am a Peronist. I am growing the branches of progressive Peronist liberalism.
We prefer an orderly resolution to the debt crisis and we’re moving in that direction. But the most important thing is that the deal we reach with creditors is sustainable.
No one wants a default, or to slam the door in the IMF’s face.
We’re going to stop paying the interest on Leliqs that Argentines are paying for every day.
We will pay the debts by growing and exporting… The only way is to export. The other channel has been exhausted, which is to borrow.
I believe in individual freedoms and I believe that the state must be present when the markets demand it.
Bolsonaro must relax, I do not plan to shut down the economy. It’s silly.
I don’t want to be Wall Street’s candidate. I want to be Argentines’ candidate.
Companies pay taxes, not individual persons. They do not pay for their wealth. And that must be changed.
The government has returned to the hands of the people.