The first candidate for national deputy of the “Dar El Paso” list of Juntos in the province of Buenos Aires, Facundo Manes, asked today that the political campaign focus on debating “the future” and assured that “he will not respond” to attacks. personal but “only with proposals”.
“My expectation is that we discuss development, not personal issues or the past. We must focus on the future and unite because with this crack we will get worse and worse,” said Manes, his hometown, Buenos Aires, Salto, where he gave formal start of their campaign for the September PASO.
In statements to the press, he asked “to debate the country we want and for the people to vote for the country that they believe best, without aggression.”
“I am not going to attack anyone, I am trained to heal and help. They can attack me but I will not respond, I will only do so with proposals,” he stressed.
Manes assured that he believed it was time to participate as a candidate “because we are facing a multidimensional health, educational, economic, and psychological crisis that is going to last for a while.”
“It is time for all of us to get involved and put aside differences and seek agreements to summon Argentines to a dream like democracy in ’83 and today should be to go to progress,” he said.
Manes assured that “we Argentines have a common pain and we need a common dream and the strength that people give you is unbeatable. We have to unite in a common purpose.”
He warned that “there are many boys who do not see a future and want to leave the country and we have a debt with them. We are going to work so that they can progress and stay with their roots.”
Manes will visit the cities of Junín and Chacabuco tomorrow, where he will talk with neighbors and visit the facilities of the National University of the Northwest of the Province of Buenos Aires (Unnoba), where he will hold a meeting with teachers.