‘There is another way out of the crisis, not everything is adjustment for working people’

“There is another way out of the crisis, not everything is adjustment for working people,” said Bregman when voting

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The presidential candidate of the Left Front and Workers-Unity (FIT-U), Myriam Bregman, stated that “There is another way out of the crisis, not everything is adjustment or an attack on working people”when casting his vote in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Congreso.

Bregman, who voted around 8:40 a.m. at the Don Bosco school, maintained that “we are not in a runoff, sometimes they want us to believe that there are two candidates,” so “today is the time to vote with your convictions if it does not put the elections like a funnel where you can never get out.”

Photo Leo Vaca
Photo: Leo Vaca.

“We are culminating a huge campaign that we did throughout the country and I am very happy after the debates because it shows that when there are instances of equality between the candidates and we can contrast ideas, the left has a lot to say and is very well received” , he analyzed.

“We are culminating a huge campaign that we did throughout the country and I am very happy after the debates because it shows that when there are instances of equality between the candidates and we can contrast ideas, the left has a lot to say and is very well received”

Bregman also maintained that within the framework of the debates, his space highlighted “environmental problems, we talked about retirements, salaries, women, teaching.”

Photo Leo Vaca
Photo: Leo Vaca.

Therefore, he asked to “reflect on what electoral campaigns are like, political campaigns, and what possibilities we have to express our proposals,” while asserting that with the “kids and girls we have had a very good reception in recent days.” .

The left-wing candidate also insisted that “the most important thing is that everyone votes according to their convictions, without paying attention to the campaigns or individual saviors or voting out of fear” and stressed that “you have to vote with the values ‚Äč‚Äčthat you have.” and the fights he gives every day.

“The left has always shown, over the years, which side it is on,” he said.

Photo Leo Vaca
Photo: Leo Vaca.



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