Government candidate for the Presidency of Argentina for the Juntos por la Patria coalition, Sergio Massa ended his electoral campaign on Thursday (16) speaking to young people at a traditional school in Buenos Aires and stated that he believes in a State that does not promote the sale of weapons.
The Economy Minister promised to make an effort to defend work and production as values and quality public education in the country.
“Build a country with equal opportunities and think that the son of a rural farmhand has the same opportunity as any other to be president,” declared Massa. “I’m going to do everything I can to, from now until Sunday, make sure we fulfill this collective dream.”
To young people, the Peronist candidate said he will give his soul and strength to build the country he dreams of.
“I chose to end the campaign here with you. Our end of the campaign somehow also represents what country we want,” she said. “The youngest people, who will be the future of our country, are committed, have hope, believe in utopias and dreams, but they also disbelieve in violence, hatred and destruction.”
On Sunday (19), Argentines will go to the polls to choose who will preside over the country for the next four years. Massa faces ultraliberal candidate Javier Milei, from the La Libertad Avanza coalition, which has the support of center-right candidate Patricia Bullrich and former president Mauricio Macri.
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Source: CNN Brasil
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