Macri: “The pride leads to nothing”
Buenos Aires, July 19, 2012
Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri criticized the national government in the midst of the fight for the subway, in statements made this morning at the opening of the 126th Exhibition of Livestock, Agriculture and International Industry on the grounds of the Sociedad Rural Argentina.
He said in reference to management by Cristina Kirchner that “pride leads to nothing” and that “the conflict is lost energy. I urge that we achieve these attitudes lay,” said the official.
Also as part of the opening of rural exposure, he added, “The field is people. We are those who believe that by working we will be happier and our children will be happier. The field is our land, the engine that every country needs.”
“We need this engine [the field] longer covers the pettiness, the meanness. The government “has never had [good relationship with the farmers] and is not concerned about having it.”
On the subways subject, he said, “The money that they had to give the dealer was deposited in an account. They have to deal with Metrovías. As they are not given the necessary resources, Metrovías has been taking cars.”