A month after the general election, rivalries between the candidates begin to rekindle. In this case, Roberto Lavagna, aspiring President of the Federal Consensus, crossed the current representative Mauricio Macri by a phrase uttered during the march of “Yes can”. During the campaign event held in Barrancas de Belgrano, the leader of PRO stated, among other things, that “we are much better off than four years ago”.
Immediately, the former economy minister came out to disprove it: “It’s not true. Today we are not ‘better off than 4 years ago to start growing’. Four years ago we were bad and today we are worse.”
It’s not true. Today we are not “better off than four years ago to start growing.” Four years ago we were bad and today we are worse, according to official figures: with more inflation, without investment, in recession, without consumption, with less employment, more poverty and heavily indebted. That way, you can’t. — Roberto Lavagna (@RLavagna)
September 28, 2019
“According to official figures (we are) with more inflation, no investment, in recession, without consumption, with less employment, more poverty and heavily indebted. So, you can’t,” he cried. In an interview with the NA news agency, Lavagna also pointed out against the government’s implementation of the Food Emergency and removes VAT from the basic basket that affected the provinces. In addition, in that same report, he referred to the possibility of bringing together leaders of La Cámpora under his governance of national unity: “I do not get into the hospital of each party, but pertly I do. There are some that are very reasonable.” In this note: