The governor of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, maintains that the economic programs of La Libertad Avanza (LLA) and Together for Change (JxC) are “almost identical.” He warned that what Javier Milei proposed was typical of “a law of the jungle” and pointed out that Patricia Bullrich’s was “too strict”.
“Milei proposed national dissolution, a kind of jungle law, an economic plateau that believes society does not need the State,” the president described in a radio interview, before the ban began election.
The LLA candidate “said he will end the system of co-participation, that each province will keep what it collects, what it produces.” In addition, his proposal to dollarize Milei, “a big scam” that has already been done. with conversion.
“They talk about dollarization, but when they have to explain when and how, they just say empty words,” he criticized.
Likewise, Kicillof stressed that the province of Buenos Aires is essentially “productive” and, thus, “the Nation needs to give us resources, not chainsaws.”
On the other hand, he accused former president Mauricio Macri of being “responsible for the discursive disorientation and internal aggression we saw in the JxC campaign.”
“There is the inability of Patricia Bullrich to express an economic plan, so she must buy the plan of Carlos Melconián,” he said and maintained that the proposals of the economist “are cruel from an economic point of view” because “in terms of privatization. , subsidies, education and health, adjusted strongly.
Then, he guaranteed that in the second term in the province, he will continue to work for more security and better education, health and environment. Also to increase “production and public works, in a six-year plan, with goals and objectives.”
“We have received a broken province and we have changed it. We have already inaugurated 201 schools in these 4 years and we still have 150 more constructions, 150 thousand computers, 154 health centers, we bought 5,200 kilometers of roads, we bought 4,500 patrol cars. and bulletproof vests, we’re making a technological change,” he described.