07/29/2021 5:26 PM
Updated 7/29/2021 5:26 PM
Ricardo López Murphy was registered as the first candidate for national deputy in the "United Republicans" list that will compete against the one headed by María Eugenia Vidal in the Buenos Aires intern of Juntos por el Cambio, and this Thursday he presented the "letter of commitment" with the main concepts that he promises to bring to Congress, which among other points proposes
"reducing the size of the State
"We are committed to defending private property, alleviating
, guaranteeing the right to
, reducing the size of the State and prosecuting the corrupt. We are fundamentally committed to
firmly and without excuses," he summarized López Murphy when presenting his decalogue on social networks.
The decalogue presented by the former Minister of Economy highlights that they commit to work to carry out these concepts.
The first: "Defend freedom, public order and
private property of all citizens
against seizures, expropriations and confiscatory regulations
Each Argentine will have the right to defend his own, his and his family's. "
The "commitment letter" from Ricardo López Murphy's list.
The second of the
of the letter is aimed at the economy: "Fight against inflation,
rebuild the currency
and promote an economy that is open and integrated to the world. Put an end to social plans, transforming them into genuine work that makes it possible to save
families and upward mobility ".
The "letter of commitment" bears the signature of the main candidates of United Republicans.
In addition to López Murphy, the proposal was also supported by Sandra Pitta, a researcher at CONICET;
the economist Gustavo Lázzari, the former vice of the Financial Information Unit (UIF) María Eugenia Talerico and the political scientist and influencer Franco Rinaldi.
Another point affirms the "relentless persecution of
corrupt and criminals
": "Defend individual rights, democracy and the division of powers, guaranteeing independent and effective justice at the service of citizens."
We are committed to defending private property, alleviating tax suffocation, guaranteeing the right to free movement, reducing the size of the state, and prosecuting the corrupt.
We are fundamentally committed to fighting Kirchnerism firmly and without excuses.
- Ricardo López Murphy (@rlopezmurphy) July 29, 2021
But in addition, there is also a reference to public employment.
"Reduce the size of the State, improve the quality of public services and rebuild public administration based on technical training, efficiency and merit.
Eliminate the idea of the State as political booty
In turn, in another of the economic initiatives there is a
: "Modernize labor legislation, promote a tax reform that alleviates
and simplify the tax regime to facilitate entrepreneurship, investment and job creation" .
In addition to the economy, the
also raise the flag of security, another concern of society along with the economy.
"Strengthen citizen security, combat crime and guarantee the right to free movement of all Argentines in the face of the violent occupation of public space. Propose
that the pickets be firmly sanctioned
, in order to allow citizens not to see their daily work hampered. because of a few violent ones, "says the text published by the competitors of María Eugenia Vidal and Martín Tetaz.
López Murphy's manifesto
assures that they will work to "promote a serious educational system that guarantees equal opportunities, actively combating indoctrination and purely extortionate measures of force."
And he adds: "Defend an education focused on the benefit of students and their families, rather than the
interests of pressure groups,
" an obvious reference to teacher unionism.
affirms that they will work to "promote transparency, access to public information and a
that keeps the corrupt out of politics."
Vidal and Larreta, on a tour of Palermo
The former governor of the province of Buenos Aires and now a candidate for deputy Maria Eugenia Vidal launched herself into the Buenos Aires campaign and continues with her
tours and activities of proximity
with the residents of each neighborhood of the city.
María Eugenia Vidal launched herself into the Buenos Aires campaign and this Thursday she toured Palermo with Horacio Rodríguez Larreta.
This Thursday, together with Rodriguez Larreta,
Vidal visited shops
and spoke with residents of Palermo about the safety of the neighborhood, the parking problem and the economic situation that
gastronomic businesses are experiencing as a result of the pandemic
, among other concerns.
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