Larroque: Vidal "paralyzed almost 200 works and left 2,000 schools in a building emergency"

Larroque: Vidal "paralyzed almost 200 works and left 2,000 schools in a building emergency"

Andrés “Cuervo” Larroque assured this Wednesday that during the government of Cambiemos, “almost 200 works were paralyzed. Photo: Pepe Mateos

The Minister of Development of the Buenos Aires Community, Andrés “Cuervo” Larroque, assured this Wednesday that during the Cambiemos government, “almost 200 works were paralyzed and 2,000 schools were left in a building emergency,” in response to former Governor María Eugenia Vidal who stated that in the district there are currently educational establishments that are closed.

“From 2016 to 2019, they adjusted school infrastructure from 3,500 million pesos to only 500 million pesos. They paralyzed almost 200 works and left 2,000 schools in a building emergency,” Larroque said in a message posted on social networks.

And he quoted a phrase from Juan Domingo Perón who said: “We represent the organic, confronting the anarchic, the individualistic, the dissociated and the dissociative.”

The minister referred to the statements that the former governor of Buenos Aires had previously made on social networks on the state of schools in the province.

“In 2019 I gave Axel Kicillof a province with 800 political positions. Today he has 1,700 positions and closed schools because they did not invest in heating before the cold arrives. Those are the priorities of Kirchnerism,” Vidal wrote in his social network account Twitter.

Last Tuesday, the General Director of Culture and Education of the province of Buenos Aires, Alberto Sileoniassured that during the management of Cambiemos “no school was built; the parity was broken and teacher training was destroyed.”

The official pondered the role currently played by the Ministry of Education led by Jaime Perczyk, recalling that during the governments of Mauricio Macri in the Nation and Vidal in the province “the parity was broken, Connect Equality was deactivated, no school was built, and teacher training was destroyed”.



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