Horacio Rodríguez Lareta appealed to the government regarding the dollar: “The situation worries us, we don’t know if another new exchange rate will appear tomorrow.”

Horacio Rodríguez Lareta appealed to the government regarding the dollar: “The situation worries us, we don’t know if another new exchange rate will appear tomorrow.”

The head of the government of Buenos Aires opened the C40 World Summit of Mayors with a harsh criticism of the administration of Alberto Fernández; Reiterated the need to agree on a “broader agreement” in politics

The C40 World Summit of Mayors begins today in Buenos Aires and will bring together more than 100 community leaders from abroad and about 150 Argentine mayors.
The C40 World Summit of Mayors begins today in Buenos Aires and will bring together more than 100 community leaders from abroad and about 150 Argentine mayors.

at the beginning The C40 World Summit of Mayors, a global event on cities and climate change based in the city of Buenos Aires, led by the Government of Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodriguez LarettaHe was surrounded by mayors from other regions of the country and once again criticized the national government, especially Economic uncertainty.

“Argentina is experiencing such a situation We are all very poor, we have no future, we don’t know what will happen tomorrow, will another new course appear or not“, complained the leader of Pro, who will try to announce himself as a presidential candidate next year. “Uncertainty after uncertainty, patch after patch, this is Argentina today” Rodríguez Lareta explained at the press conference with which the summit will be combined 150 mayors across the country and 100 international.

The situation worries us and worries us” he limited, although he noticed it The world looks at Argentina with a “long perspective”. He said about it His outlook is “very optimistic” For the opportunities the country has under the “sorry situation” created by the war between Russia and Ukraine, which is accelerating the demand for Argentine products such as food and lithium.

Rodríguez Larreta chaired the conference that kicked off the summit
Rodríguez Larreta chaired the conference that kicked off the summit

“It is a matter of self-organization, setting a course. And this requires a A broader consensus It doesn’t have to be unanimityAround the plan, the course of time, the path that lasts for three decades; That presidents change and nuances change, but this course remains“, Rodríguez Larreta discussed the idea of ​​expanding the opposition coalition, which he has already expressed in other public events. “This is what countries have done in situations equal to or worse than ours,” he said in a press conference he shared with the mayors of Rosario. Paul Javkin; Coriander, Eduardo Tassano; By Vicente Lopez Soledad Martinez; and from Salta, Bettina Romero.

“I am sure and I put my faith in it Diversity enriches. “In order to move forward, Argentina needs a broader agreement where diversity allows us to set a course that we can sustain for decades,” he said from this point of view.

Jorge Macri was also at the conference
Jorge Macri was also at the conference

Also accompanied by the Minister of the Government of Buenos Aires, George McRae, and by the Secretary-General and Secretary for International Affairs, Fernando Streface, Rodríguez Larreta talked about his abilities heirs in the executive office of the capital. He named not only Macri, who moved to the city from Vicente López and plans to stay in the government, but also the Minister of Education. Soledad Akuna and the Minister of Health, Fernan CyrusTwo members of his cabinet who also appear in the dispute. additionally Martin LustoA radical senator who is part of Together for Change and has wanted to be head of government for years.

“It is unlikely that candidates will emerge from PASO, the neighbors are going to determine the candidates,” Rodríguez Larreta said amid statements from some members of the ruling party asking him to discuss whether or not. The primary will be held next year.

The C40 World Mayors Summit is being held at the Recoleta Convention Center under the motto “United in Action”. There, mayors discuss with the intention of generating A New Consensus on Climate Change and address the challenge carbon neutralityas reported by Agency Telam.

Source: La Nacion

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