The presidential candidate of La Libertad Avanza (LLA), Javier Milei, He heads an event in Parque Norte organized by Luis Barrionuevo, leader of the Gastronomic union, to raise funds for the campaign.
Before businessmen, leaders and union leaders, the libertarian plans to speak about his economic planin addition to raise funds for the remainder of the campaign until October 22.
Milei’s speech began at 8:20 p.m., when he was greeted with the song “The caste is afraid,” and he harangued the militants: “If between now and October 22 we improve our oversight and if we get more people to vote, we are going to have a ‘long live freedom, damn it’ in the first round.”
The presidential candidate also presented in public, after having done so in an interview earlier, the economist Emilio Ocampo as its president Banco Central, with the main objective of closing it.
«One of those responsible for the creation of that scam (central bank) is Federico Pinedo, relative of one of the candidates. What happens is they go third comfortably,” she highlighted.
A meeting with another union member: Gerardo Martínez
Milei had confirmed this morning that in addition to Barrionuevo, also held a meeting with the general secretary of the Construction Workers Union (Uocra), Gerardo Martinezbecause he is willing to “listen to everyone who offers to solve the labor problem” in Argentina.
“I have been met with Barrionuevo and Gerardo Martínez and the reality is that unionists understand that there are a huge problem and they noticed that there is a model (of labor relations) that works, which is that of the Uocra«said the candidate this morning in an interview with radio El Observador 107.9.
The libertarian explained that, with his proposal, he seeks to “design a solution in which the problem can be fixed” and assured that he is willing to “speak to everyone who offers to solve the problem of the labor market.”
When asked if he would meet with the deputy secretary of the Truck Drivers Union and co-head of the CGT, Pablo Moyano, the candidate, replied that “a president cannot close the door to dialogue.”
Days ago, Moyano had indicated that he would “never meet” with candidates who “promote a labor reform to take away workers’ rights.”
Last Wednesday, Milei had already met with Barrionuevo in a meeting that “had the objective of talking about how to energize the labor sector so that Argentina returns to the path of growth hand in hand with genuine work,” as reported in a space statement.
LContacts between Milei and Barrionuevo intensified after the PASOand even the leader of the gastronomic union considered that the libertarian national deputy could prevail in the elections scheduled for next October 22, without the need to resort to a second round.
«Today I have no doubts and I say it because I see it in my grandchildren, no longer in my children, but in my grandchildren who already vote that, as we Catamarcans say, I think he wins in the first round and without a whip,” Barrionuevo had said at the end of August. in an interview with the Catamarca newspaper El Ancasti.
Tomorrow Saturday, meanwhile, Milei will visit the province of Corrienteswhere from 6 p.m. he will carry out a proselytizing caravan along Costanera Avenue in the provincial capital, as reported by his campaign committee.
Regarding the appointment of officials, Milei stated that if former President Mauricio Macri pointed out some people to be appointed, “I would listen to him” and considered that “he already knows what it is like to go through all that.”
Milei: «(Macri) seems like someone valuable to listen to»
«(Macri) I think he is someone valuable to listen to, has been very generous with me, he has given me advice and recommendations. He did not suggest names to me (of possible ministers) but if he suggested some people I would listen, all the people who can add up, why not? If he already knows what it’s like to go through all that,” said the candidate in the radio interview.
Along the same lines, he indicated that Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has experience (being president) but “she has very different ideas and that makes it very difficult” to take suggestions.
Milei on Rosatti’s words for dollarization: “They are not appropriate”
On the other hand, he assured that the statements of the president of the Supreme Court of Justice, Horacio Rosatti, about his dollarization plan “are not appropriate.”
«It seems to me that Rosatti’s interpretations are not appropriate. I ask Rosatti a question: Why does he support stealing 25 million dollars per year from the Argentines with seigniorage? Why does he take the side of thieving politicians and against good politicians? », he indicated.
The president of the Supreme Court of Justice maintained in an interview that if “dollarization eliminates the Argentine currency it is unconstitutional.”
«If dollarization eliminates the Argentine currency it is unconstitutional. “If I abandon one currency and go entirely to the other, it is a path that, for me, is unconstitutional,” Rosatti told the Spanish newspaper El País.