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Argentina 1989 — 2019. It's been 30 years... haven't we learned anything?
Don Raúl Ricardo comes to the Argentine government, because of the burdensome of a large majority calling for peace, a democratic order and the rejection of the nefarious mafia maneuvers of a decadent policy.
He's here! Yeah, but they wouldn't let him rule. He did not know and could not do it, as he had to face the mafias that prevented him in a thousand ways from managing reasonably. With this, the economic debacle and the tendal of an unprecedented social disorder.
Today and with his death, he received a recognition of statesman, who never managed to consolidate the union that our Argentina needed.
Don Mauricio comes to the Argentine government because of the afresh of a great majority who cried for peace, a democratic order and the rejection of the nefarious populist, closed, corrupt policies that today mirror our beloved sister Venezuela.
He's here! Yeah, but he didn't understand the gravity of the painting or at least he didn't convey it as he should. He underestimated the economic situation with a gradual plan, relying on innocent hope and even worse, knowing that he had only won by a couple of points (in cataloguing), that he had no majority in the chambers and that he had to build power. He did not seek support or agree with the various powers to unite them in a front that would accompany him.
30 years apart and two governments that worked hard against corruption, against mafias and for transparency.
Two Governments that could not or could not draw a credible picture and failed in their economic plans, in the search for consensus that would show signs of confidence.
Bernardo... will you offer us your gaze?
In addition, let me add something: unlike the government of Don Raúl Ricardo, who ruled Argentina for six years and ended up asking for the time, with the passage of the elections, it seems that Don Mauricio, who has been running three and a half years, is likely to achieve an orderly transfer and , while still considering, that it still has a high probability of deser re elected, vindicating hope and opportunity to correct past mistakes. I, I no longer have “the power of the people” and the decision, will finally be of Doña Rosa, “we leave it there...”.
Publication Date: 28/03/2019
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