Cristina Kirchner: “When there is a crisis, union leaders go home and workers become unemployed”
May 10, 2012
The president, Cristina Kirchner, called for labor and business leaders “to put a little” to strengthen the domestic market.
The president stressed the government’s reluctance to change the economic system. “I was always told to look at the first world [Europe] as the model. Good thing we didn’t, we did not hear the murmaids,” he said.
“People who like parrots repeating outdated books. How fortunate were we not to give into all that and holding strictly this model based on export, substitution of imports and we know that is the stage to hold the investment,” he said.
“So we are not only going to expand the Bicentennial Fund, but we will sit down with us SMEs to hear their investment plans. We will ask them to continue to maintain subsidies and industrial developments,” he said, and asked: “We all have put, we know that is difficult to maintain the investment. “
“We must ask the union leaders, who have the responsibility to represent the workers every day, defending the work, 365 days remain the jobs,” he said.
“The workers earned more money products macroeconomic model that allowed them to improve their economic conditions. Not one product that has made a strike a strike more or less. No mistake again, we are better because we held a macroeconomic model held by a man Nestor Kirchner was called we have continued to support those who were lucky enough to succeed by popular vote. “