“Pino” Solanas will launch his candidacy defining himself as “an alternative to bipartisanship”
City of Buenos Aires, December 5, 2010
The national deputy Fernando “Pino” Solanas star in a ceremony Tuesday, where he launched his candidacy for President of the nation ahead of elections in 2011.
In an interview with Télam, Solanas said South Project was created “to be an alternative to bipartisanship and from that place we call on all political, social, cultural and trade unions, to independents and young people to join the project.”
The national deputy ruled out the possibility of competing for the leadership of government of the City of Buenos Aires. The candidate would then be Claudio Lozano.
With its slogans: “Banishment of Poverty” and “restoration of public ethics in the state,” Pino will launch his candidacy and start the campaign on the coast during the summer.
“Argentina produces monumental wealth to end poverty, it is absolutely unacceptable that there is only one guy who goes hungry, we call to rescue the occupied country,” said the candidate, adding that the state now “lives at the back the mineral wealth, oil, land and fish stocks.”
“We want to be the force of change, without rancor, from here to March we give to the task of building a great alliance,” said Solanas, adding that some of the parties invited to the creation of this third position would be the GEN and the Socialist Party.