Macri calls the opposition to work on state policies
BUENOS AIRES, April 12, 2011.- Mayor Mauricio Macri gave a press conference from the city’s legislature, in which again offered a dialogue with all opposition to agree on state policies.
He said specifically that the proposal intends to teach state policies, aimed at better public education, health, safety, eliminate poverty in a decade, labor, infrastructure and fiscal pact.
“I am calling for a table without my candidacy as a condition. I have ongoing discussions with all sectors,” he said.
According to Macri, the opposition parties “that have 60%” of popular support, should agree on state policies to “improve the lives of Argentines.”
The mayor said the proposal will be addressed by the technical staff of PRO Party and is open to “those parties who wish to join.”
“I call this working without conditions. It’s time to not be mean. We criticize kirchnerism’s violence; we have to make an example of dialogue. We have the capacity to dialogue,” he said.
The initiative was embodied in a document, detailing point by point, state policies to which the official referred to.