Cristina: “We must end unnecessary and artificial divisions”
Mendoza, September 26, 2011
President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner was in Mendoza, where she inaugurated a new power line section “Comahue-Cuyo”.
“We will rebuild this Argentina that had taken us and that we have recovered not for ourselves but for our youth, our children and our grandchildren. So they do not have to live the things we live,” the president said.
“This line of 500 kilo watts of Comahue Cuyo integrated part of more than 4104 kilometers of power. That’s the amount of energy transport. But it’s not just about energy, because when it comes to places where it wasn’t, the investment possibilities comes, the work comes, the production arrives, progress comes, equality comes and people reach a better quality of life,” she said.
“When you get gas and you open the stove, the gas comes out … it doesn’t matter if you’re radical, Peronist or communist. We must end unnecessary and artificial divisions. The only distinction we can do and it’s good to do it, is between those who only speak and criticize and those who spent the day working 24 hours in order to the 40 million Argentines live well.”