Cristina Kirchner: “We need a collective project”
Province of Cordoba, April 6, 2011
President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner inaugurated works in Cordoba and said that “these years we can talk about what we have grown” since 2003.
“It seems that sometimes things fall from the sky but I’m not politics since 2003. I’ve toured the country as a member and every time I visited Cordoba I saw more and more people unemployed,” the president said.
Cristina explained that “the economy numbers have deep meaning”, and in this regard added that “the province of Cordoba received for every concept in 2003 3.951 million pesos, and in 2010 it turned to more than 28 billion pesos”.
On productivity, she said: “I can not imagine the story as personal, because that is for the mediocre” and added that changing the country requires more than “the will and effort of an industry.”
“We learned the value of the collective. We knew people to understand the value of democracy and the need to articulate a strong link between the various sectors of society, often foolishly divided by the cultural apparatus. The middle class college a long time believed that he could go alone without employees and entrepreneurs. How many of nonsense well used by them live forever!” Cristina ended.