The candidate a national deputy from Freedom Advances by Buenos aires city, Javier Milei, lunged with hardness against him governor from Buenos Aires province, Axel Kicillof. “Is incredible That this young guy have title from economist“, Fired this Sunday the libertarian leader. At the same time, the economist also accused the Kirchner leader of “sinking the poor.”
In dialogue with the Business Community (La Nación +), Milei spoke in this way against the provincial president for his most recent and controversial announcement, which is the implementation of “free graduate trips” to more than 200,000 Buenos Aires students. In this sense, the candidate affirmed to feel “indignation” since “Argentina has much more important problems such as poverty and indigence indices” instead of tourism, the point on which the measure that was released on Friday is based.
It was from this that the referent of La Libertad Avanza could not contain himself and destroyed Kicillof: “It is incredible that this boy has an economist degree. When he says ‘it’s free’, nothing is free, someone has to pay for it, “said Milei about the Buenos Aires president, who this Sunday answered the criticism via Twitter with a strong message to the opposition sector.
Keeping in this idea, Milei redoubled the bet on “free graduate trips” and explained: “As Argentina has a deficit, it means that it is going to pay it with a fiscal deficit financed with monetary issuance, that is, it is going to pay it with tax. inflationary, then, they will pay it with a regressive recontrast tax that hits between 25 and 30 times stronger on those who have less ”.
It is then that the libertarian came to the conclusion that Kicillof made “a gross technical error” by implementing a mere “electoral measure” that seeks, according to Milei, to “reconquer the young with a populist measure that sinks the poor ”. And that shows nothing but “despair”. “Clearly, this boy is not a Peronist,” crudely sentenced the libertarian, the surprise of the Primary elections (PASO) in the Federal Capital.