Florencio Randazzo

The candidate a national deputy from Let’s go with you by Buenos Aires province, Florencio Randazzo, declared this Thursday his row and tiredness with the Kirchnerism in general, but in particular with the government from Axel Kicillof. “You can’t take it anymore”, said the former minister during the second presidency of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner when referring to the review and worrying situation regarding security.

“The insecurity in the Province can no longer be endured and requires urgent solutions from Buenos Aires and national officials,” Randazzo said in radio statements, while pointing out that this scourge “is not something new”, but “is synonymous with many years of indolence, and it is necessary to get to work seriously on specific projects “, as compiled NA.

Along these lines, the Buenos Aires candidate assured that “as in so many other issues, the pettiness of the two largest forces has made it impossible to discuss long-term policies.” And he said: “Those of us who live in the Province know what it means to go out into the streets with fear, and to feel that governments pass by and there is still a State that does not give you any type of protection or solutions.”

Likewise, he considered that “the social emergency cannot be an excuse for tolerance of the crimes that their victims claim, especially among the most disadvantaged sectors of society.” Faced with this, Randazzo claimed to have “concrete proposals to bring to Congress on each of the issues that concern society.”

The latter was stated in the parties of Tandil and Olavarría during a campaign visit with his list partner Carolina Castro. “We need a State that intervenes to generate equal opportunities among citizens and that offers quality basic services that allow us to determine the same starting line,” he remarked.

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