Peña and Alliana in Alto Paraná: “People want a change”

The pre-candidates for the 2023 Presidency, Santiago Peña-Pedro Alliana, are in Alto Paraná as part of the campaign for the general elections. They promised to promote employment and the economy and gave a message to the electorate.

In accompaniment to the Colorado Honorary candidate for the Government of Alto Paraná, César Torres, the Peña-Alliana duo attended the Expo Santa Rita, with the participation of various sectors.

In an interview with the Gen channel, which installed its studios in the place, Pedro Alliana considered that Peña has the preparation and knowledge to direct the reins of the country in the next period.

“We believe that we are going to have a victory in December, we have traveled and people want a change,” Alliana said in an interview with Nación Media.

He said that what the opposition is offering today is not what people expect either, since many of its referents seek to ally themselves with international groups that left countries like Venezuela and Argentina in economic ruin.

For his part, Santiago Peña urged citizens to be convinced of the potential we have as a country. “What is going to allow a nation to develop is not natural resources or geography, it is people. Gentlemen, I am convinced that Paraguay is destined for success”, he affirmed.

In this sense, he highlighted the responsibility of the electorate to go out and vote and to be informed about the proposals of the candidates, to make the best decision at the polls.

In his turn, César Torres, candidate for governor of Alto Paraná, promised to strengthen and promote job opportunities, mainly for young people.



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