The lieutenant governor Osvaldo Jaldo He visited Famaillá this Wednesday to thank the support received in the Open, Simultaneous, Compulsory Primary (PASO) and held a meeting with local entrepreneurs.
“We visited this beautiful city to share with entrepreneurs of an upholstery and carpentry workshop that continues to grow, consolidating itself as a source of genuine work,” said Jaldo.
And he added: “they told us what their day-to-day lives are like, the needs and opportunities that are presented to them. From our place we highlight their work and we are committed to helping them grow, meet the demands and generate more jobs.”
The head of the Legislature was accompanied by legislators Maia martinez and Tulio Caponio, the councilors, Eliana Carreño, Marcelo escacena, Martin Véliz and Rocío Martínez, the HCD secretary, Monica Herrera, the leaders Ruben Medina, Julius zavala, Juan “Papi” Villafañe, Mario Monteros, and Diego Salim.
“Sustaining and supporting work is what we have been doing with different actions that have a favorable impact, directly or indirectly, on the daily activity of the people of Tucuman. Work dignifies, and that is what we have to recover in our province,” he added .
Jaldo also thanked the “people of Famaillense and the local leadership for their strong support for this space that we represent with True Peronism.” “Thank you for trusting in this present and future project for all women and men from Tucumán,” he closed.