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Mauricio Macri visited La Pampa: "the economic bomb" left by the Government and the enigma about his candidacy


The former president, who accompanied the PRO candidates in the province, maintained that Alberto Fernández and Cristina Kirchner are "the worst version of Peronism."

Just eight days after the first electoral test in the country with the Simultaneous and Mandatory Open Primary elections (PASO) in La Pampa, former President Mauricio Macri visited Santa Rosa to accompany the PRO candidates and, during a tour of the center of the capital, warned about

"the economic bomb" that the Government leaves


Smiling, walking among the neighbors and visiting shops, Macri said that the country "has an enormous future" despite the economic course chosen by the Government, which he described as

"the worst version of Peronism"


"Despite the economic bomb that this government is leaving behind,

Argentina has a huge future

," Macri emphasized.

And he added: "We are being governed by the worst version of Peronism, but I come to convey deep hope to the people of the pampas, because I feel that the clarity we are having was not there in 2015."

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He also insisted on his idea that "20 years of growth without populism"

await the country


He reaffirmed that idea by putting the Argentine national team that was world champion in Qatar as: "You have to bet and believe in the love for

family, friends, homeland, what the Soccer Team transmitted,

" he said.

Some local media that followed his walk through the city center were able to ask him if he planned to be a candidate for president, but the former president kept the enigma: "

I have already said that I am not registered

," he repeated.

The PASO in La Pampa will open the electoral calendar for this 2023. In that province, the inmate of Together for Change will be contested by Martín Maquieyra, the candidate Macri supports, and Martín Berhongaray of the Radical Civic Union.

"La Pampa is a province that has shown seriousness and good sense, but it has also been difficult for it to dare to change. I tell the dear people of the Pampas to be encouraged to bet that the profile of La Pampa can be innovation, new activities, that the young people find things that challenge them in their province. And the young proposal of Martín for governor and Cato for mayor is exactly that. They will not lose what they have and they will add many things, "said Macri supporting Maquieyra's candidacy.

The theory of "the economic bomb" that warns Together for Change

Macri warned from Santa Rosa that the Government will leave an economic "bomb" at the end of its term in 2023. That is the idea held by all the leaders of Together for Change and that was embodied days ago with a statement from the national table.

It was a week ago and through a hard document that the main opposition space questioned that "substantive measures are not taken" and

warned of "the risk of a chaotic exit"


"The Government of the Frente de Todos has decided to repeat the strategy that did so much damage to Argentines in the past, postponing fundamental solutions and resorting to short-term measures that

'lengthen the fuse at the cost of enlarging the bomb,'

" he maintains. the national table of Together for Change in the text.

After enumerating the measures that, according to that space, highlight the mismanagement of Alberto Fernández, they warned that the country is "facing a delicate scenario of financial fragility that increases the risk of a chaotic exit."


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