After the governor’s speech, Axel Kicillofbefore the Buenos Aires Legislative Assembly, the bulk of the cabinet once again showed its support for the current administration and highlighted the points in which the provincial president warned about the need to give continuity to the policies that were carried out throughout the years. three years of management that began in December 2019.
“It was a very important and very strong speech, where I think it was made clear that there is a project for the Province,” said the Minister of Health, Nicolás Kreplak as he left the venue. “The governor raised each of the management aspects but also showed a path towards the future, which has to do with the development and production capacity that will allow us to have the necessary resources to continue strengthening inclusion policies social”, said the official who added: “Policies on health, education, environment and gender also need an economic project and a sustainable province, which is the axis of what the governor has proposed”.
Regarding the path of continuity, the Minister of Government, Cristina Álvarez Rodríguez affirmed that “the governor has all the conditions to be re-elected but this is the moment to continue working.” “We have a difficult year ahead of us and we have started it with a record season with 16 million tourists who have chosen the Province of Buenos Aires. And in this sense, I want to recognize an innovative policy such as that of graduate trips, which established the Province of Buenos Aires as the main tourist destination for graduate trips throughout the country,” he said, highlighting some of the data that Kicillof celebrated. during his speech. “This is celebrated by each of the destinations because many jobs have been created,” she pointed out.
Álvarez Rodríguez also once again expressed his wish that the vice president evaluate the possibility of being a candidate in the national election. “The stage that is coming in Argentina requires strong decisions and a lot of courage to distribute wealth, and Cristina is the guarantor to do it,” said the minister.
Others who highlighted the need to continue working towards the continuity of the project in the Province was the head of advisors, Carlos Bianco, who warned that “beyond raising the need to continue working for this project to continue, we must continue working”. “It is not a matter of campaigning and marketing or putting up pretty slogans, but of continuing to achieve positive results to continue transforming the reality of the province,” he assured.
In this sense, Bianco left in the hands of the political front that integrates the definition regarding the future of the governor and ratified the statements of Martín Insaurralde regarding a candidacy of Cristina Kirchner. “It is a personal opinion that goes hand in hand with what we have been raising for a long time. In a moment as complex as the one Argentina is experiencing, we need a stateswoman, and the only stateswoman the country has is the vice president,” he stated.