With strong disagreements over the economy, Massa and Bullrich sought to polarize with Milei in the first presidential debate
The closing minute of the candidates
Juan Schiaretti He is the one who starts the last part of the presidential debate
“My fellow countrymen, it is a lie that we Argentines are doomed to failure. It is a lie that we are condemned to always have high inflation,” the Córdoba candidate pointed out at the beginning of his speech. It is a lie that we always have to be governed by the crack, it is time for Argentina to have a government that manages well, that leaves the crack behind. Argentina will thus be able to take advantage of the international winds that today blow in favor of our homeland. You have heard in the debate here how things have been attributed to many candidates for quite some time. They have seen the crack candidates who have failed as a government: Sergio Massa and Patricia Bullrich, who represent Kirchnerism and also the failure of Macrism. They have heard another candidate who proposes things that are a journey into the unknown, in addition to the traditional things proposed by the Left. “I offer my government experience and that is why I ask you to accompany me with your vote.”
After the words of the Córdoba candidate, it is the turn of Bregman
“None of the candidates could hide that they are all complicit with economic power. You know that we don't. We fight to build a society without any type of exploitation, without any type of oppression,” said the leftist candidate in her turn. You see us in every fight. This October 22, let us demonstrate that there are many of us who do not want to continue paying the IMF with the hunger of the people, those of us who do not want the workers to continue losing, those of us who do not want to continue destroying the planet because there is no planet B, those of us who say that Don't tell us again that we have to wait. Don't resign yourself. Vote with your convictions, let's go with the Left throughout the country, in the streets and in Congress. One more thing: there are 30 thousand and it was a genocide”
Once the leftist candidate's turn is over, she speaks Milei
The economist's definitions: “Throughout this debate we have heard the position of some candidates who seem to be Martians, as if they had nothing to do with the debacle that we have been suffering for 40 years. Therefore, the first thing I want to say is that there is nothing greater insanity, nothing more insane, than believing that one can have different results by always doing the same thing. What we come to propose is the model of freedom. In those countries that are freer, they are eight times richer than the depressed ones; the lowest decile of the distribution is 11 times better off than its peer in the repressed; there are 25 times fewer poor people in the standard format; 50 times less in the extreme format; people live 25% longer. In short, a different Argentina is impossible with the same old ones. However, I want to tell you something, there is hope, a better future is possible, but that future is possible if that future is liberal.”
After the economist's presentation, Sergio Massa speaks
“I want to take advantage of this minute to talk to you because I know you feel the pain and frustration that things are not going well, that the money is not enough. I want to tell you that Argentina has three paths, one we already know: it is a return to the past. The other is a leap into the void into madness. And then a path of production and work. I want to invite you to build an Argentina where we convene a government of national unity. I want to invite you to put work and income distribution as central values for the construction of Argentina. I want us to build the power in our reserves from our exports but above all the value of our work. I want us to build more federalism, because Argentina needs greater distribution throughout the country. And above all I want to ask you: do not go to the polls with anger or hatred, go with hope," said the Minister of Economy.
Now expose Patricia Bullrich (Together for Change)
“20 years ago we fought the battle against Kirchnerism, which brought you so much pain. Every time they said 'let's go for everyone', we put our efforts. Today we are facing the final battle. But to transform Argentina it is not enough to just beat them at the polls, deep and real changes are needed that last because they are always threatening. Therefore, the only way to do it is with courage, with political power and today we have our own political power, with governors, with mayors, with majorities in Congress and with you, the people. Therefore, I ask you to join us, to vote for us, to think that Together for Change is the only opposition that will guarantee the change of what Kirchnerism ruined in Argentina. I'm not going to give in, I'm never going to negotiate change. "I ask you, please, accompany me: Long live the country!" said the Together for Change candidate.
The ratings of broadcast and cable television during the first presidential debate
News channels and signals broadcast the candidates' proposals from Santiago del Estero
Three weeks before the presidential elections, the first debate between the five candidates took center stage on television on Sunday night. Sergio Massa (Union for the Homeland-UxP), Javier Milei (Freedom Advances-LLA), Patricia Bullrich (Together for Change-JxC), Myriam Bregman (Left Front FIT-U Unit) and Juan Schiaretti (We do for Our Country) met at the Provincial Forum Convention Center in Santiago del Estero, in a meeting that they will repeat next Sunday at the Faculty of Law of the University of Buenos Aires.
The hottest intersections of the presidential debate
The candidates for the Casa Rosada carried out strong crosses during their presentations
The five candidates for the Casa Rosada star in the first debate stipulated by law and during the course of it there were strong disagreements. The economic thematic axis was the first and in which the most heated exchanges took place between Patricia Bullrich, Javier Milei, Sergio Massa, Juan Schiaretti and Myriam Bregman.
The crossing between Bregman and Bullrich
The crossed questions
Patricia Bullrich began the debate stage and spoke to Schiaretti.
“Kirchnerism left the people of Córdoba alone when there was a police strike, they were all on the roofs of the houses; He took everything from them with 125. That's why, I tell you, we, with you, are going to defend the people of Córdoba,” said the JxC candidate.
Next, Massa speaks to Milei and asks that the liberal candidate apologize to Pope Francis for his comments about him. “You are poorly informed because I already apologized,” said the economist. “Stop chicanering and lower inflation,” he added.
Bregman then speaks to Bullrich in cross-questions.
Javier Milei, then, makes use of his option and speaks to the candidate of the left
At the close of the first round, Schiaretti asks Massa
“I want to ask the candidate Sergio Massa, why if he doubled inflation and put us on the verge of hyperinflation, and increased poverty, being minister a year ago, does he say that he is going to solve the problems?” questioned the man from Córdoba.
Second round of cross-questioning:
Milei asks and Massa answers
Then, Schiaretti asks and Javier Milei answers.
Bregman then asks Schiaretti
Now it is Bullrich who asks and it is Bregman who answers
Sergio Massa, at the close of the second round of cross-questions, now asks Bullrich
Third round of cross-questioning
Bregman asks and Massa answers
Then, Javier Milei asks and Bullrich answers
Now it is Massa who asks Schiaretti
Bullrich asks and Milei answers
In the last question of the third round, Schiaretti asks and Bregman answers
Fourth round of cross questions
Bregman asks and Milei answers
Sergio Massa is the one who asks next and the one who answers is Bregman
Then, Javier Milei asks and Juan Shiaretti answers.
Now Bullrich asks and Massa answers
Schiaretti asks and Bullrich answers
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