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Together for Change, he responded to Cristina and asked for "serious and concrete gestures that show a real willingness to dialogue"

2020-10-27T00:05:46.801Z

Cristina proposed a political agreement to solve the problems that the bimonetary economy brings.10/26/2020 8:51 PM Clarín.com Politics Updated 10/26/2020 8:54 PM Together for Change came out to answer this Monday the invitation of Cristina Kirchner to establish an agreement between all political forces to solve the problems generated by the "bimonetary economy" in Argentina. In a statement, the main opposition coalition stated that "every call must be given within the framework of the Natio



10/26/2020 8:51 PM

  • Clarín.com

  • Politics

Updated 10/26/2020 8:54 PM

Together for Change came out to answer this Monday the invitation of Cristina Kirchner to establish an agreement between all political forces to solve the problems

generated by the "bimonetary economy"

in Argentina.

In a statement, the main opposition coalition stated that "every call must be given within the framework of the National Constitution" and "with serious and concrete gestures that show a real willingness to dialogue and begin to solve the serious social, economic and institutional problems. that we are going through today, in the understanding that whoever governs today has the primary mission and responsibility to find the answers. "

In her long letter, the Vice President of the Nation had proposed a political agreement to solve the problems generated by the preponderance of the dollar in the Argentine economy.

"The problem of the bimonetary economy, which is, without a doubt, the most serious that our country has,

is impossible to solve without an agreement that covers all the political, economic, media and social sectors

of the Argentine Republic. We like it or we don't like it, that is reality and with it you can do anything but ignore it, "he wrote.

The president of the Senate harshly criticized Mauricio Macri's management and also detached herself from the economic policy decisions that Alberto Fernández made during the ten months of Alberto Fernández's administration.

"In Argentina,

the one who decides is the President

. You may or may not like what he decides, but the one who decides is him.

That no one wants to convince you otherwise

. If someone tries to do it, ask what interests move him or her," he said. in the text that he published shortly after noon.

There, Cristina also said that in the Government there are "officials who do not work", although she did not give the names, and that there are "successes and mistakes", also without giving details.

The full statement from Together for Change is as follows:

"Together for Change reaffirms what it has expressed on repeated occasions and will react as it has done in these ten months: every call must be given within the framework of the National Constitution, respecting republican values ​​and principles, recognizing the National Congress and the political parties, with serious and concrete gestures that show a real will to dialogue and that begin to solve the serious social, economic and institutional problems that we face today, in the understanding that whoever governs today has the primary mission and responsibility of finding the right answers".

"We Argentines have suffered from economic and structural problems for several decades, so it is necessary that we think before about society and the common good of all Argentines before opportunism and political and personal speculation."

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