The candidate a national deputy by Freedom Advances on the Buenos aires city, Javier Milei, considered this Tuesday that “the public education works as one machine from brainwash”. Faced with this, the Big surprise of the Primary legislative elections (PASO) in the Federal Capital proposed a “system from vouchers” for that the citizens choose where to do your academic training.
Milei spoke about this initiative in an interview in Said Esto (A24) after analyzing that the result of the PASO is explained by three reasons: a “boredom on the part of society against the political caste”; for the “rebellion to the status quo” by the youth who accompanied him; and because “public education is working like a brainwashing machine.”
“Regardless of the management, whether it is state or private, they are training people to be slaves of the state religion,” warned the libertarian, beyond considering the young man as “a rebel to the socialist status quo.” After targeting this aspect of education, the candidate for a lower house seat proposed a “voucher system.”
What are vouchers? This is how Milei explained it: “It is a system in which society decides that there is a State; then the money is raised to finance everyone’s education and there each one receives a voucher, and with that voucher they freely decide which institution to study at “.
In this sense, he clarified that “all are going to be tariffed and one can use the voucher to go to the one that one wants, state or private.” “In the process, all institutions are going to have to compete and that generates a better service,” remarked the economist, while, as an example, he assured that “this works in Sweden.”
“Alberto is finished”
On the other hand, Milei condemned President Alberto Fernández as a result of the PASO statistics. “Alberto is finished,” said the candidate, referring to the electoral defeat of the ruling party.
“In addition, the way in which his power and image were degraded, has also condemned him,” concluded the economist, who affirmed that the “fall” had already been decreed “before the elections”, among other factors, for the “terrible management of the Covid-19 pandemic. “Here it was done badly,” he sentenced.