Larreta: “I’m not against allowing to vote at 16″
August 31, 2012
Cabinet Chief Horacio Rodríguez Larreta spoke about the teachers’ strike in the city of Buenos Aires and considered it “unnecessary.” He also spoke in favor of the project that reduces the minimum voting age.
“I do not feel bad the vote at 16 [years],” the official said when asked about the initiative that allows voting optional since that age.
“We still do not know what position have our deputies.’s Not the party’s position, but I feel good in a personal, open participation,” he added.
Meanwhile, charged the teachers who made a strike by teachers paragraphs 6 parodied a meeting between Mauricio Macri and Education Minister Esteban Bullrich.
Larreta said to be against that teachers “use the kids and their parents to make a political act within the school to ridicule the head of government.”
“It is a clear political message, it’s amazing what happened in that episode. But the worst thing is that redoubled the bet and lead to unemployment in the entire city of Buenos Aires defending that episode,” he added.