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The challenge of summarizing the last two centuries and projecting Argentina to the future.
It is interesting, or perhaps disturbing, the idea that it is possible to reach political agreements that can bring Argentina out of its decline without having reached prior social consensus.
We Argentines live in the 21st century, discuss the 20th century and yearn for what we were in the 19th century. This is how confused and divided our society is, while political leadership merely reflects those differences government after government. In that connection, the convening of a “political agreement” by the President < a href =” https://www.serargentino.com/todo-sobre-argentina/mauricio-macri-la-puta-que-te-pario "target = “_blank” rel = “noreferrer noopener” aria-label = "We Argentines live in the 21st century, discuss the 20th century and yearn for what we were in the 19th century. In this sense, the call for a “political agreement” by President Mauricio Macri tries to create a framework of predictability in the midst of a polarized electoral process. s while postponing the challenge of plotting a path of national development that requires more complex and in-depth discussions. (opens in a new tab) "> Mauricio Macri seeks to generate a predictability framework in the midst of a polarized electoral process. The analysis of the ten points proposed by the government leaves no doubt that it is aimed at reassuring international actors while postponing the challenge of plotting a path of national development that requires more complex and in-depth discussions.
At first glance, some of the points raised appear so obvious that it is incomprehensible that they are under discussion. However, the timing chosen by the government to convene an agreement and the way in which the points are expressed suggest that in the < a href =” https://www.serargentino.com/todo-sobre-argentina/historia/uno-de-los-personajes-mas-queridos-que-ha-pasado-por-la-casa-rosada "target = “_blank” rel = “noreferrer noopener” aria-label = "At first glance some of the points raised seem so obvious that it is incomprehensible that they are under discussion. In order to call for an agreement and the way in which the points are expressed suggest that in the Pink House they consider likely to lose the elections and therefore it is necessary to force the rest of the political forces to express their commitment to sustain the policies they have begun, or as an electoral strategy to reinforce the confrontation with the do not adhere to the agreement and in this way, if they succeed in re-election, advance the structural reforms that the country needs. (opens in a new tab) "> Casa Rosada consider it likely to lose the elections and therefore it is necessary to force the rest of the political forces to express their commitment to support the policies initiated, or as an electoral strategy to strengthen confrontation with those who do not adhere to the agreement and, in this way, if they succeed in re-election, advance in the structural reforms that the country needs.
However, the points of this call do not reflect the discussions that take place in society. Let us think, in a somewhat provocative way, of our “glorious Argentina”.
When we debate the economy and want to contrast the current bad moment some people will end up referring to the indicators of “glorious Argentina”, that of the late nineteenth century, which was ruled by an aristocracy that turned Buenos Aires into the Paris of South America, an Argentina that for the sake of the people restricted political rights. Argentina had a clear insertion in the international economic system and also accompanied the political processes of consolidation of the national states of its time.
On the contrary, surely for other people, the arrival of the twentieth century implies the effective access of the people to power, marking a historical fact when the real process of national development began. Now the economy will be at the service of the nation and the welfare of its people, no longer the elites. The “glorious Argentina” is that of social advancement, that of my son the doctor, that of the dignity of the worker. In addition, this is a century of ideological vindication, its
Publication Date: 19/05/2019
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