Patricia Bullrich differed from Macrismo: “My Social Development policy will be different”

The president of the PRO, Patricia Bullrich, said that before an eventual national government led by her, the Social Development policy “will be completely different” from that of the administration of Mauricio Macri, when that distribution was led by Carolina Stanley. NA, in a radio interview, the pre-candidate for President for Together for Change said: “It seems to me that one of the issues in which we failed was our social development policy, which was the continuity of Kirchnerism with more money. There had to be a total change. My social policy is going to be totally different from that of the Macri government.” At the same time, he said: “People want a person who is able to decide that there are no more pickets, that there are 180 days of classes and that the quality of education is improved. I’m going to change social plans to unemployment insurance. I’m going to do things that are deep, deep. People want order and change, that there are no more public employees than private ones.” For his part, Bullrich spoke about the possibility of Macri playing in the internal opposition alliance. In that sense, he remarked: “He said so far that he is not added. I’m going to stand for election. I’m touring the whole country for the third time. The commitment I have with people I will not disappoint.” In turn, he also took aim at his PRO colleague, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, who is also among the pre-candidates for President for Together for Change. In this way, she branded the Buenos Aires Mayor as a “traditionalist” and maintained that she has a perspective of “order and change.” In that sense, he concluded: “either we go to a short-step solution so as not to confront too much with those sectors that generate impediments or we dare to run.”

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