Javier Milei, opposition candidate for the Presidency of Argentina, asked, in a speech made on Wednesday (15), that Argentines revive the country in the second round of the presidential elections, which will take place this Sunday (19).
During a rally in the city of Ezeiza, in the province of Buenos Aires, the politician from the La Libertad Avanza coalition called for an end to the decadence and stated that this is the most important election in the last 100 years.
“We are facing an important moment in history. This Sunday, we will have the most important election in the last 100 years. In this election, we gambled with our lives. We have to try to end the decadence and get Argentina back on its feet”, declared Milei.
He also once again asked that Argentines not be afraid of changing the country’s situation.
“It is important that you are not afraid, because fear paralyzes. If we paralyze ourselves, the damned political caste wins. That is why I ask that this Sunday fear does not overcome hope and gain freedom”, he added.
During a speech given in the city of Rosario, which is 300 km from the capital Buenos Aires, on Tuesday (14), Milei had already argued that what terrifies Argentines are the poverty rates caused by the economic crisis that is ravaging the country. .
“With 45% poor, 10% destitute, what fear are they talking about? That’s true horror. That’s why I say: don’t let yourselves be carried away by fear, don’t give way to fear”, stated the opposition candidate.
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Source: CNN Brasil
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