Patricia Bullrich, Dressed in light blue and white, she focused her presentations on strengthening some of her campaign arguments: “I have courage”, “I can do it”, “I am ready”were some of his phrases.
In general terms, he pointed to Sergio Massa when we talked about economics Javier Milei when it was time to talk about education. Both the official and the representative of Freedom Advances, he shouted them. “Massa«Explain to the Argentines how being the worst Minister of Economy, you can be a good president,» he shot and then confirmed that Carlos Melconian will be the one who will bring «a coherent and honest program» to the Casa Rosada. “They know that I have courage, I come to eliminate inflation, we want to end uncertainty, I am ready to do it,” he added.
Education. When they talked about education, she said that the country “is experiencing an educational tragedy” and that “indoctrination is ending.” He also pointed to Milei saying: “Are you coming with the vouchers? Go to the Puna with the vouchers, go to the south of the country, you don’t know the Argentina«You propose a model that only works for the city of Buenos Aires.»
Speaking on the topic “human rights and democratic coexistence”, Bullrich described what happened in the seventies as “a tragedy that can never happen again in the Argentina”.
He also talked about his past at that time. “I did not use violence, I was only part of a youth organization, I mean that the same thing happened to great leaders of humanity, like Mandela, who later became presidents of their countries,” she compared herself.
On the other hand, he said that “such a brutal tragedy has to be recognized both by those killed by the dictatorship and by the deceased military personnel.” He also said that in his government they are going to “end the pickets and land seizures in the Patagonia”. And he took the opportunity to assure that now “all the unions are silent, they respond to the Government”.
Questions. In this section, he questioned Myriam Bregman about pickets (do you endorse that?, he told him), he responded to Massa about the economic plan of Together for Change (“fiscal balance to end inflation”) and asked Milei about his team (“what are you going to do with Barrionuevo?”). She also said that her government will be federal, when the governor of Córdoba Juan Schiaretti consulted her on the subject: “Stay calm, Juan,” she responded. Bullrich.