Joseph Louis Espertdeputy of Liberty advancesstated that he will not vote in favor of the agreement with the IMF, because it does not solve the “problems of the people”. In addition, he maintained that it will not lower inflation and that it will not create jobs either. On the other hand, the economist began his political career towards the 2023 presidential elections and traveled to Mendoza to seek to nationalize the party.
«Kirchnerists looking for votes to approve an agreement with the IMF, even before the letter of the agreement was known. In this country you never get bored », Espert joked on his Twitter account, a comfort zone where he usually shoots sharp comments against leaders and political parties. In his various tweets, he made his position on the IMF clear.
“Agree with Guzmán on this. Debt and program with the IMF are the SAME. But, the agreement with the IMF is INVOTABLE. It won’t solve any of the people’s problems. Inflation will be higher than in 2021, we will continue to borrow heavily and there will be no great demand for employment, ”said the liberal leader, opposing the agreement and following the same position as Javier Milei.
«You must not lend yourself to the psychokicks of the hard K who, in reality, never wanted to pay the IMF. The signed agreement is bad for the people we serve as deputies (it will not lower inflation or create jobs) and, furthermore, since it will not be fulfilled, it is a default today… or tomorrow”, Espert attacked the militants of La Cámpora.
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José Luis Espert made a trip to Mendoza to prepare bases with militants and convince the inhabitants of the province to bet on the ideas of freedom. Espert was shown with Luis Rosales, one of his leaders who accompanied him from his start in politics, but who could not enter Congress due to lack of votes.