Jose Luis Espert predicted the future of his space with Javier Mili
Jose Luis EspritAvanza Libertad, deputy candidate for the post, confirmed that he would create a “small liberal bloc” with Javier Meli. He also pointed out against social organizations and asserted: “You have to give him zero pesos.”
“With my ally Javier Meli The idea is to form a small liberal bloc that can represent ordinary people. There is now a division of tasks. It’s in the capital and we’re traveling across a vast area like the province of Buenos Aires,” he commented in a radio interview.
Then the conversation turned to the economic situation and expert He asserted that “No country in the world has been built on the basis of plans. Nor can plans have a sum, as is the case today, which dampens the culture of work. The way to remove social plans is to generate work which does not exist today to this day. It must also be audited. Because there is a lot of torment using it.”
on social organizations, filter He considered that “we must give them zero pesos. We cannot build a union in favor of a lack of rights.” He added, “Everything here is very bad. Health, tax pressures, labor laws. Not all problems can be solved without attacking one like education. If they didn’t destroy education, we would have people trained to work.” .
At the same time, the Governor of Buenos Aires criticized, Axel KiselovTo announce the granting of thousands of trips to alumni for free. “It seems to me an unfortunate measure, it’s like throwing peanuts to animals, and it’s a charity. I would tell the boys to take the subsidy, but they vote otherwise because it doesn’t exist. What you have to guarantee is the possibility of making me work when I finish high school,” he defined expert.
“If the government loses the election, I think we will live in very turbulent times. If what happened after the Basu Act is a sign of something, I am very concerned, they have made the country tremble, killing themselves in public,” analyzed in relation to the possible outcome of the 14 elections Nov. He also considered that after that date “there will be an amendment. The issue is how brutal it can be. You should be very attentive to what the government does with the outcome of the elections.”