The candidate for national deputy for the province of Buenos Aires, Diego Santilli, said this Sunday that the legislative elections are a “historic opportunity” to change and called on voters to “monitor and take care of the ballot boxes.”
“We are facing a historic opportunity to change the province and the country. We do not resign ourselves to this present. I feel the support and the desire to get ahead of the people of Buenos Aires,” said Santilli.
The former deputy head of the Buenos Aires government made these statements during a tour he made through Mar del Plata and Miramar with the leader of the Civic Coalition (CC-ARI), Elisa Carrió.
“A new generation is going to rule this Nation. I trust the heart of ‘Colo’ Santilli and that he is going to be part of that new generation,” said Carrió.
The former national deputy also asked “to trust the culture of work so that we can prevent our children from wanting to leave the country to fulfill their dreams.”
In Mar del Plata the tour included a visit to the retired center, where they played shuffleboard, and Santilli said before about 300 older adults that “another province is possible”, in which “effort and merit are rewarded, where encourage from the State to investment, development, and production “.
In the neighboring city of Miramar they participated in a meeting with neighbors and merchants, accompanied by the candidates for national deputies Juan Manuel López, Marcela Campagnoli and Victoria Borrego.
After a walk through 21st Street and the downtown commercial area, Santilli reinforced the call to vote and monitor the election, and said: “A change begins, let’s go we can.”