The president offered two radio interviews in which he claimed his passage through the Rosada House, while stressing his favorite political letter: polarization with Peronism. In addition, predicted that Cambiemos will have his own candidate in the next Neuquén government election.
For the moment, Macri said that 2018 was a "very hard year". However, the president stressed that "for the first time we have passed this storm and we do not throw everything", but "we took the helm, we stayed the course and we conformed."
In this context, the president said that "we grew up" because "we have learned and understood that seventy years of party do not come in three," in what is interpreted as a clear chance by elevation to the passage of Peronism by power.
In his statements made at the Córdoba and Neuquén radio stations, the president stressed that "his obsession is that Argentina moves again, starts rising, reduces inflation and returns to generate jobs and reduce poverty ".
Mauricio Macri is on leave on Dec. 22 in Villa La Angostura, governor's territory, by regional governor Omar Gutiérrez, head of the Neuquen People's Movement (MPN).
Attempting at what will be the first provincial election of the year, the president took advantage of his step to advance that the candidate for the governor for the change in Neuquén "will certainly be (Horacio)" Pechi "Quiroga", the mayor of the capital.
However, according to his style, the head of state emphasized the work in collaboration with Gutiérrez, which he will see on Monday. "We work very well with Omar Gutiérrez, turning the Muerta Cow from a promise to a reality," he said.
It is worth remembering that these days, the president was alongside the governor of Rio Negro Alberto Weretilneck as part of the inauguration of the extension of the Cordillerano gas pipeline in Bariloche.
Economic balance of 2018
As interpreted as last year's balance, the president said Argentina had to go through "two tough things," such as the drought and the trade war that broke out between the United States and China.
Macri also repeated that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has opened a "unprecedented" credit line for Argentina in the international context so that "in two or three years we can end the process of profound transformation" in the country. "Without Fund, we would have been much worse," he said.