The presidential candidate of La Libertad Avanza, Javier Milei, has dedicated his last campaign effort to denying the main proposals he supported in the first part of the election year. In one place, he maintained that he would not privatize health and education, that he would not change Incucai (to allow the sale of organs) and that he would not “allow the unrestricted transportation of weapons” (even despite the fact that it was in his electoral platform that was presented at the beginning of the campaign). He said they were all “lies” from his opponents and the press and called to vote without fear. In fact, they are the suggestions that Milei made and now Milei denies.
Some have compared this last place to another one by Mauricio Macri in 2015, where the candidate then promised not to do many of the things he later did as president. But Macri responded to the accusations of his opponents. However, Milei dedicated this area to Milei’s denial.
“Argentines: during all these months, the political class has spread a great amount of lies about us with only one purpose: to scare you into taking care of their privileges. Because if you are scared, you will be paralyzed. There will be no change. The only thing we have come to propose is to accept the ideas that made this country great”, began the place of Milei who always tries to speak calmly tone, though he did chuckle from time to time. his face.
Milei, since then, has dedicated himself to rejecting one by one the proposals he made in his electoral platform: “We will not privatize health, we will not privatize education, we will not reform the Incucai, football will not be privatized, we will not allow the unrestricted transportation of weapons. He also denied, incidentally, Milei who said that he had no conditions from Mauricio Macri.
He then promised that he would “end inflation forever and end insecurity forever.” He did not provide details on how he would do both feats. “What we will do is end the privileges of politicians forever. That is our commitment to democracy and to all good Argentines,” he assured.
The spot ends with Milei reaffirming that we must go to vote without fear in the things she promised before because it will ensure that “hope overcomes fear.”
The tone of the place, not coincidentally, is in line with the latest statements of Mauricio Macri, who stated that Milei should not be afraid because he cannot do anything he promised, because he does not have the votes. in Congress. Macri also promised to fulfill the good things that his voters want. He also admitted that there were things he didn’t like, but he explained that it was a weak government. It was a wonderful way to highlight it.
Bullrich, for his part, released his own place, where he did not defend Milei but dedicated himself to questioning Massa. He continued that “the drug traffickers of Rosario will vote for Massa.” And he asked to leave “Kirchnerism behind forever.”