Juan Sutil in the face of questions about Kast’s economic program: “He has the possibility of clarifying it”

The president of the Confederation of Production and Commerce (CPC), Juan Sutil, addressed the criticism against the economic program of the presidential candidate of the Christian Social Front, José Antonio Kast. In this regard, he said that “he has the opportunity to clarify it.”
In the program Mesa Central of T13, the journalist Iván Valenzuela commented on the doubts regarding the program of the former deputy. “There are things that effectively, from the mathematical point of view, do not add up, such as the definition of taxes and some measures of a fiscal nature,” he said.
In this regard, Sutil said that “he has the opportunity to clarify it, he has a week left as it is for all the candidates.”
The businessman also referred to an eventual government of Approve Dignity candidate Gabriel Boric, sliding criticism of the Communist Party. “He (Boric) can have a discourse of graduality, the problem is with whom you have the society to generate that discourse. In the case of the Frente Amplio and that group of parties, the main partner is the Communist Party,” he said.
“The PC has an ideology, a way of doing things and I see it difficult that this can be viable when we have seen how they have said the ‘program is the program’ and also has positions that are alien to the democratic process, I mean the confirmation of the electoral process in Nicaragua, which for world public opinion is a fraudulent or dictatorial process,” Said Sutil.
Recall that the statement to which the president of the CPC alluded was rejected by Boric himself and by numerous militants of the PC, including the deputies Camila Vallejo and Karol Cariola, the conventional Bárbara Sepúlveda, or the mayor of Recoleta, Daniel Jadue.
“What most threatens growth is the look of the PC, which thinks it can advance, for example, in having state hardware stores (…) That is not understanding the world of the future,” Sutil snapped.
“When you put the state at that level of depth, what you do is you stagnate the economy, destroy SMEs and generate an imbalance that leads countries to retreat,” he added.

Original source in Spanish

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