The first candidate for national deputy for the City of Buenos Aires of the Frente de Todos (FdT), Leandro Santoro, said this Monday that the diagnosis of the result of the PASO is “socioeconomic” and anticipated that President Alberto Fernández will do it in the coming days. “important announcements” in that matter.
Santoro stated that the percentage favorable to the opposition alliance Together for Change (JxC) in last Sunday’s elections is understood from a “socioeconomic reality that is lacerating.”
For the Buenosairean legislator, “the answer has to give the Government”, reason why “it is necessary to manage and to solve the problems” in economic matter.
Speaking to channel C5N, Santoro anticipated that the head of state “listened to the people” and told him that “surely there are going to be important announcements” next Thursday.
In addition, Santoro assured that “all” the members of the ruling coalition are “aware of the difficulties that exist with the loss of purchasing power of wages.”
“The results are overwhelming and the Government is perfectly clear what it has to do; it is clear what the diagnosis is, which is socioeconomic, and those are the answers that must be given,” he insisted.
He also analyzed that “almost all the governments that faced elections in the context of a pandemic” suffered electoral setbacks, “regardless of whether they were from the left or the right, because there is a malaise. It is not a bummer to have people locked up,” he added.
Santoro also pointed out that before the next campaign for the general elections on November 14, “the important thing is to know what the values and ideas are” that the FdT defends.
“We must listen to the people and the militancy, and think about a second section of the campaign where we risk the values for which we won the 2019 elections,” concluded Santoro.
Source: BAE Negocios.