Filmus: “The administration of Macri tries to put stones in the wheel of the Nation”
Argentina, June 26, 2011
Daniel Filmus, candidate for governor with the Front for Victory party, said that “the City of Buenos Aires does no longer support an administration that tries to put stones in the wheel of the Nation”. The statements were made on a tour of the candidate in the Community 3, accompanied by his running mate, Carlos Tomada.
Thus, accused Macri of “putting all the excuses to the nation” and warned that the district “should not stand four more years the indignity of having a governor more concerned in opposing the president than taking care of the City”.
“The city has promised 40 miles of subway that were not built, so the continuity of the H Line is one of our priorities,” said Filmus, who said “I do not promise a lot of miles, although in four years can be done about 20″ he said.
Another proposal is the recovery of Penna Hospital, investing in infrastructure and technology.
In the same line, Tomada said he is “convinced that the city is building a new majority that will leave behind the circumstantial situations that gave Macri the victory in 2007, who has ruled four years and has demonstrated what he is able to do, to deepen the inequalities”.
“We want access to the government because we have a different proposal for the city, we know what we do and we know we can do because we’ve being doing it for eight years in the national government,” said the minister, who said that “there is a debt to settle in the district,”.