Libertarian deputy Javier Milei highlighted on Monday the resignation of former president Mauricio Macri from a presidential candidacy, and again warned of the deepening of the economic crisis if the monetary problem is not resolved.
"I rescue something that he says, that you cannot continue with the usual leaders.
I believe that many of the political caste would have to copy
this step aside with all the damage they have done to the country, applying the same ideas and the same people are not going anywhere," he said in a dialogue with Continental radio.
On Sunday, the former president published a video where he announced that he was stepping aside in the electoral race.
In his message, he pointed to the type of "paternalistic leadership", which -according to him he said- led to having "a country with more than half of the Argentines poor, with the devastated economy, increasingly stalked by drug trafficking ".
The day after Macri's resignation, the La Libertad Avanza presidential candidate added that the former president was a successful man in the private sector, but it
was not so easy for him in the mud of politics.
"There are some who believe that it is not a problem of ideas, but of doing it efficiently. No,
here the problem is not the chef, it is the recipe,
if you do not change the recipe you are going to sink. It would be good if all those also give a step aside because they have sunk the country," he insisted.
Mauricio Macri in the message on Sunday where he announced that he will not be a candidate in 2023.
Along these lines, he once again made a harsh economic diagnosis.
"We are going to the worst crisis in Argentine history if we do not fix the monetary issue," he declared.
"In addition, you have a problem with the past pesos,
you issue today and inflation is seen two years later
, with the past issue is the problem. The Government issued 16 points of GDP in three years, three monetary bases, it is a problem, As much as you wanted to cut all inflation, it will continue," he said.
In addition, he questioned the decision of the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa, which forces the Anses Sustainability Guarantee Fund (FGS) to "pesify" its public securities, a measure that was questioned by opposition leaders due to the impact on retirements.
"You can understand it in the logic of a government of looters, that faced with the situation that the numbers do not give them, scrape the bottom of the pot by stealing
from present and future
retirees , but it is a problem of a structural nature," he said.
Milei insisted that the main problem of the Argentine economy is that the Executive
seeks to "finance the fiscal deficit"
and pointed to one of the paradigms of Peronism.
"Why do we systematically run fiscal deficits? Spending more than what we earn is the moral counterpart, that disastrous idea that where there is a need, a right is born," she concluded.
Now we begin to know how Macri's second half will be
Announcement with strong political impact: Mauricio Macri will not be a candidate and the internship between Larreta and Bullrich is accelerated