Macri expects Boudou to “bring proposals and join the debate”
Argentina, January 4, 2011
Mauricio Macri, Head of Government of Buenos Aires, said today that he “expects the economy minister and candidate for Kirchner to the Government of the City, Amado Boudou, to have a proposal and join the debate”.
On radio statements, Macri gave the “welcome” to Boudou but noted “that the City never lacked of candidates”.
“It’s a place that arouses much interest, with applications that are always amazed, so he should think very well” said the head of the Buenos Aires government, but hopes Boudou to have “a proposal”.
On the other hand, when making proposals, Macri reported that “recently there has been done a ten to fifteen percent of everything that wasn’t done in the last 20 years”.
Regarding the candidacy of current Minister of Economy, Macri said “I hope more people to come to discuss how to accelerate this process of investment”.
Boudou joins Filmus and Tomada as candidates for Kirchner looking to beat the PRO party in the elections for head of government in the City of Buenos Aires.