Patricia Bulrich: “I want to find an agreement with Miles”

Patricia Bulrich: “I want to find an agreement with Miles”

“It opens up an area of ​​equality that is interesting,” said the president of Pro

Patricia Bulrich, Minister of Security at N PHOTO RICARDO PRISTUPLUK
Patricia Bulrich, Minister of Security at N PHOTO RICARDO PRISTUPLUK

Pro president Patricia Bulrich today assured him she wanted to “Find Agreements” with Javier MileyAhead of the 2023 elections.

“I have a good relationship with Miley, but we have to go step by step, we do not have to hurry, we have to unite Together for Change (JxC), then we have to see what the panorama is like. I want to find deals because He opened an equal space, which is interesting. “But it is too early for the coalition to define alliances,” Bulrich said in a statement to Radio Miter.

On the JxC internal issue, Bulrich confirmed this Mauricio Macri “is a former president who has every right to seek a second term”. “I am grateful for the support he has given me as a minister. I used to travel around the country and meet people who are tired and want to make serious changes. This is the moment when all of us, Horatio (Rodrigue Laretta), Mauricio, must help change and not consider it a competition. We will see at the end of the road who is the best representative of the society, “said the former Minister of Security.

On the possibility of creating a broad alliance to be able to make the changes the country needs, as suggested by the head of the Buenos Aires government, Bulrich noted: “70% of the population is the driving force behind the generation of change. In Argentina. The fear that gives me is that 70% of political support can stop you from implementing change, Because the type of power in Argentina is patrimonial, feudal. This is a big debate that needs to happen, there will be a debate about how change is happening, a very important word for us, but the big question is how we are going to do that. “If the change is a minimal step, or if the downgraded Argentina changes and we cut off the interests, that will create an obstacle for you,” said the pro-president.

“If 70% of politicians wanted to change, Argentina would have changed. For all the good things we have done, this government has changed. We need to make sure there is no going back. I think the support is from the community. If someone approves 70% of the political system, it will be a small change. Change is in society. I am ready to change the political system. We need to reduce taxes, deregulate, have a more competitive economy. “I think we need to remove the obstacles, these are strikes, corrupt businessmen, booths,” said the pro-leader.

Source: La Nacion

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