Stop issuing pesos and let the dollar circulate freely. These two actions stood out among the indications of a hypothetical government plan that revealed Patricia Bullrichthe president of the PROone of the parties that make up the backbone of Together for Change and aspires to replace front of all in the government in the 2023 elections. In a new television appearance, Bullrich announced the names of Luciano Laspina and Carlos Melconianas two of the economists who lead teams that in turn would take charge of the economic decisions in the country in the event that she becomes president.
“The way to lower inflation is easy, twin surpluses, balance spending, debureaucratize, deregulate,” introduced the former security minister of the government of Mauricio Macri between 2015 and 2019.
Within the framework of her presidential candidacy, Patricia Bullrich came from supporting provincial senator Joaquín de la Torre, who launched his candidacy for governor of the province of Buenos Aires. Hours later, the PRO leader questioned the country’s economic policies and mentioned what measures should be applied to lower inflation.
For the leader, the dollar reflects the “Argentine fever” and from which she resumed her criticism of the government’s management: “the commitment to generate some order in public accounts, lower the fiscal deficit, or not hire more personnel in the State, it is not giving results”.
Bullrich, one of the opposition leaders who aspires to be a candidate for president in the next elections, said in the program Truth Consequence of All News that “increases continue and consequently what marks the dollar is the reality of a fever that is hiding a real disease.”
When defending the effects of advancing in drastic measures in terms of social spending in a first stage, he indicated that “the decline we are in has more political cost, because it is the social cost of millions of Argentines.” In addition, he insisted on being firm, indicating that the only way out “is change and not continuity”, and that to implement it, “courage and courage” must be exhibited.
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It is within this framework that he stated that it is necessary to “debureaucratize, deregulate, and simplify to be a productive Argentina.” “We have a team that works with Luciano Laspina on each of the sequences of the change that must be made in Argentina, there is another team with Melconian who is working on the change and how are the sequences to lower inflation and ensure that Argentina begins to have private investment and there is no permanent brake”, he indicated.
Faced with the modifications that he considers necessary to make, Bullrich maintained that “the effort is for those who are concentrated in the State and the liberation is for millions of Argentines who work.”
His relationship with Javier Milei
When mentioning some indications of his conception of the economy, Bullrich was consulted by the nods he received from deputy Javier Milei, one of the fastest growing leaders in terms of popularity in recent years. In this sense, the president of the PRO said that “in no way would I fight or say that Milei is my limit”, differentiating herself from other parties in her same coalition, such as the Radical Civic Union, which proposed closing the door on the Avanza la Libertad legislator. .
“Milei has an idea that has served Argentina, which is the idea of freedom,” praised Bullrich, while warning: “In a second round, Milei’s vote is going to be important.”
Finally, he referred to the possibility of entrusting him with economic leadership in an eventual cabinet. “I don’t see it for that place,” he clarified, although without ruling out joining the leader with whom he exchanges gestures of praise and prudence.
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