Elisa Carrió: “If there’s no law, then the mafia wins”
Argentina, January 5, 2011
Elisa Carrio traveled with her candidate to vice-president, Adrian Perez, the city, also shared a breakfast with locals and visited a shopping mall in City Bell. She spoke and criticized the National Government.
“The power in Argentina wants the poor to remain poor to be able to maintain its power” said Carrio.
And said she hoped to “open our eyes and do not buy the corrupt speeches for assurances of security, because the insecurity is being brought by corrupts” while confirmed Moran as her candidate for governor, because he has no “fear or complications, and that is what the province needs”.
She also reaffirmed the need of “respecting the law and that the first ones should be the leaders, if the ones of above steal, then those from below will do it too, if there is no law, the mafia wins”.
In addition, Moran said, “Scioli talks of zero tolerance but only “against criminals” warning that he is 100% tolerant with Moyano, mayors who know where the drugs are, zero tolerance has to be but with they, but they are those who build his political power”.
“The best plan to fight against insecurity is fighting drug trafficking,” said the candidate.
The vice-presidential candidate of Carrio, Perez concluded “with the same law for all and the right exercise of it by political leaders, Argentina can achieve the country’s potential and develop with social equality once and for all”.