The national deputy for the UCR Facundo Manes considered that in Argentina “the solution is not anti-system” and called for “strengthening ties” within the Together for Change coalition for the construction of a government project.
“You have to interpret the sign of the times and I think it has to do with a change in the course of the country in recent decades, which could not give us prosperity and hope. The change comes from the bottom up, I don’t think the solution may be anti-system,” Manes said.
Visiting the National Harvest Festival with representatives from Together for Change from across the country. We need a united leadership to face the serious problems that Argentina is suffering and face development once and for all. Together, there is a future. pic.twitter.com/39pKV0QY6l
— Facundo Manes (@ManesF) March 4, 2023
According to a press release, the legislator made these statements in Mendoza, where he participated in the National Harvest Festival and held meetings with other leaders of the opposition coalition such as national senator Alfredo Cornejo and the president of the PRO, Patricia Bullrich.
“We must strengthen ties within the UCR and with the allies of the Together for Change coalition in the construction of a government project. The unity of purposes and programs among the members of the opposition must prevail among the leaders, who essentially have common visions and values,” the neuroscientist remarked.