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Macri admits mistakes and calls for support from governors, unions and business leaders

Tuesday, July 10th 2018 - 07:41 UTC
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President Mauricio Macri, First Lady Juliana Awada and members of his cabinet attended on Monday, 9 July, the Argentine Independence Day celebrations in the Tucuman Historic House, where 202 years ago the emerging nation cut all ties as a Spanish colony. Read full article


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  • Enrique Massot

    Meanwhile, in Buenos Aires, cinema actor Gerardo Romano spoke in front of hundreds of thousands of Argentines celebrating July 9 and demonstrating against the recent agreement with the IMF.

    “Let's break the chains imposed by Macri's agreement with the IMF that only promise our planned misery,” he said. “Let's break this brutal indebtedness that sentences many generations of Argentines to pay for the business of a few.”

    Romano called “to end speculation...nationalize the banks and prosecute tax evaders who multiply their incomes through offshore accounts in fiscal havens. We need to control money exchanges and nationalize foreign trade so that multinational companies do not make their profits on our resources.”

    Movie actress Carolina Papaleo called to use politics as the only tool to transform reality.

    “Macri came to government through lying, even to his own voters,” she said.

    Nothing is easy nowadays, president Macri.

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