Much was said after Primary legislative elections (STEP) on the “paid” operation who implemented the National government versus the adverse outcome. While the discussion It was started by the opposition sectors, it has already spread to the Front of All. The one who brought it up was Daniel Menendez, candidate a deputy by the ruling party and also coordinator of Standing Neighborhoods.
In dialogue with Lado P (Radio Rivadavia), Menéndez assured this Sunday that “the policy of the subsidy in Argentina must be given a turn of the page”, while considering “a good starting point” that there is “full agreement” in this regard throughout the “political arc”. In this way, it did not only include the ruling coalition, but also the opposition coalition.
“It is a good starting point to fully agree that the subsidy policy in Argentina must be given a turn of the page. That is data that crosses the entire political arc and is a good starting point, “said the social leader about the bill called” A Bridge to Employment “, to convert social plans into genuine registered work.
Menendez also was in favor of “opening a productive monotax”, which gives the possibility of billing that sector and allows a fiscal regularization. “It is necessary to give credits that allow equipping SMEs, have more machinery and be able to improve productivity,” he asked, and stressed that this is also an issue that “crosses the entire political arc.”
Finally, when evaluating the adverse result of the PASO of 12 September last, he admitted that, “through a pandemic”, the Government and the ruling party have not “been able to live up to the expectations of the people.” However, the candidate trusts that “there will be a return to express expectation in the direction of the Government” if measures are adopted that are oriented to “expand consumption and economic income” of citizens.