Liberalism seeks to strengthen itself in Argentine politics and trusts that this election will be a new vote of confidence from the electorate to a phenomenon that broke out two years ago. Directed by Jose Luis Espert and Javier Milei, space Advanced freedom He closes the campaign with a harsh speech against the “political caste” and separates from both the ruling party and Juntos.
This Sunday, the candidate for Buenos Aires deputy Javier Milei closed his campaign in Parque Lezama. “I remember that I asked them to roar loudly and make the cry for freedom heard, and boy did they succeed, the political caste is shit,” the liberal economist launched at the massive event. True to his style, he focused his message on criticizing the “political caste” and the intention of Juntos and the Frente de Todos to polarize the elections.
«They are so afraid … Why is the political caste, chorra, parasitic and useless, afraid of freedom? It is probably because they benefit a lot from the current model, because only they have progressed and we are living worse and worse despite the fact that every day we work more, “he said and also pointed out against the passivity of the opposition:” They say yes. they are a homogeneous bloc, which are the only way to stop Kirchnerism, and then why the hell don’t they stop it? “
In the same sense, the Buenos Aires deputy candidate José Luis Espert pointed out against Horacio Rodríguez Larreta who last Saturday pointed out that every vote that is for any space other than Together for Change “does a favor and is functional for Cristina . Kirchner ». “Voting for Avanza Libertad is better for the voter than you, because it is voting for people who detest K more than you and are better at the economy,” he said on his social networks.
Likewise, he delved into opposition passivity in the face of the ruling party and cited as an example the debate promoted by both sectors on the need to convert social plans into employment. «If they have 110 deputies, why didn’t they do something to change the work plans? Those who govern tell you that we want to do that, and why didn’t they do it? Those who were before tell you ‘we want to do this’. Why didn’t they do it before? Now do you want to do it? “Espert insisted on statements to A24.
“José Luis and I would not weaken the opposition at all, on the contrary. There is a whole game there that seems not to be minimally compatible with democracy. You have to be respectful with ideas, it doesn’t have to be one or the other, “said the number two on the ballot headed by Espero, Carolina Píparo, who left Together for Change to join the ruling party.