Juan Manzur assured this Tuesday that former President Mauricio Macri “did a lot of damage to this country”, speaking in the Buenos Aires city of Florencio Varela from where the Chief of Cabinet summoned the Argentines “to look forward because we have a great future and we are in the final stage of the pandemic. “
“This country is a blessed, diverse, extensive country, with different idiosyncrasies and they did a lot of damage. Macri did a lot of damage to this country and that is why I want to stay with what the mayor (Andrés Watson) said when he spoke of factories , of education, of work, what is Peronism, “said Manzur when he participated in the closing of the Frente de Todos campaign in that southern suburban district.
In front of the candidates, leaders and militants, the Chief of Staff asked “not to look back but forward because we have a great future and we are in the final stage of the pandemic. Now to make up for lost time with enthusiasm and joy.”
He argued that “we have a beautiful future and hope and a people that wants to live better and that is what I see today in Varela: a people standing up, a whole militancy.”
“Today I have no doubts that Peronism is going to revalidate the titles in Florencio Varela and I am convinced that Peronism is going to make a historic election in the district because we are united, “said Manzur, who also conveyed the hug that” President Alberto Fernández sends to the militants. “
During the act, the former mayor and candidate for national deputy Julio Pereyra He thanked the militants “who do not disgust anything, who are permanently militant and who put the body where it needs to be put permanently.”
Pereyra assured that “All of us who are here have dreams but individual dreams do not come true if we do not build collective ones”. He added that “collective dreams have a leadership, which is Alberto Fernández, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, Axel Kicillof, Verónica Magario, my partner and friend Juan Manzur, Martín Insaurralde and each of the mayors.”
He also recognized the work of the communal chief Watson for the works carried out in Varela “despite the pandemic, and in an indebted country, with a destroyed health system, a destroyed education system, and national industries destroyed through the opening of imports”.
“We want to ask you to build the collective dream. Let’s chat with that neighbor who continues to grumble against us, but let’s talk with him and tell him that what is at stake is the country, it is our homeland,” concluded Pereyra.
The event was also attended by Arnaldo Medina, quality secretary of the Ministry of Health of the Nation and first director of the El Cruce hospital, and the rector of the Arturo Jauretche National University (Unaj), Ernesto Villanueva.