De Mendiguren invited the ruling party and the opposition to seek consensus

De Mendiguren invited the ruling party and the opposition to seek consensus

De Mendiguren: “We have to be humble because none of those who think today have successes to show for it” / Photo: Press.

The appointed Secretary of Production, José Ignacio de Mendiguren, trusted this Saturday that “there is a political agreement” to get out of a “complex situation”, for which he called on “the ruling party and the opposition to seek consensus together.”

“I hope there is a political agreement, at least to leave,” said De Mendiguren in dialogue with radio Milenium, while recalling that “in 2002, if he left quickly, it was because politics, Peronism and radicalism, decided to leave. together”.

For De Mendiguren, “The situation is complex; there was a lot of pressure for a major devaluation and to get out there; the most difficult path was chosen, which is to try to remove the roof and not only raise the floor; is not easy”.

“No measure is simple and when one has complexities of this type, what I invite is the ruling party and the opposition to seek consensus together; we have to be humble because none of those who think today have successes to show,” he added.

On the other hand, he pointed out his critical position towards “financialism” and clarified that he was not against the financial sector: “Financialism is one that believes that the world is finance and everyone goes through arbitration and selling bonds (…) I think that finance they are essential, but first you have to know what you want to finance”.

After stating that “We never changed the productive structure of Argentina”, he stressed that the country “today is generating dollars”.

“Last year we generated 13,000 million in surplus; then this crisis broke out; in September we no longer have the drain on energy and we hope to end the year between 10,000 and 13,000 million in trade surplus,” he said.



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