Horacio Rodrguez Larreta called before businessmen gathered at the Idea Colloquium to agree on a “common vision”.
The head of the Buenos Aires Government, Horacio Rodrguez Larreta, convened, before businessmen gathered at the Idea Colloquium, to agree on a “common vision” and “end the rift”, after warning that “a credible monetary framework will only be achieved, if behind that there is political support that guarantees its stability over time.”
“The great objective in Argentina is to build a common vision that allows us to sustain over time a plan to grow 3 or 4 points per year for 25 years. That is what all the countries that came out of their crises did”, Rodrguez Larreta assured in his speech during the business forum meeting in Costa Salguero.
In that framework, he indicated that “We can’t do this here for 90 years”, for which he argued that “to be able to walk that path there are some preconditions” among which he highlighted that of “building a consensus and sustaining it over time” given that “each president is like a founder, where everything that was done before is a catastrophe and you have to start from scratch. “
“Nobody is going to invest in Argentina if they do not have the confidence that the rules will be sustained over time””
Horacio Rodrguez Larreta
“What we have is to agree on a common vision, which will never be unanimous, there is no 100% consensus, but we have to aim for two thirds of the system, 70%, to be able to go down a path that we support whoever it is. then the next president, “he said.
And he stated that “we must have the capacity, whoever we have to reach 2023, to be able to summon the rest to a coalition government that guarantees that what is agreed at that time will be sustained over time. It is the only way to have a long-term plan. “
“Nobody is going to invest in Argentina if they do not have the confidence that the rules will be sustained over time,” he noted.
In another part of his intervention, Rodrguez Larreta considered that “We must end the crack, because the crack is a catastrophe and makes it impossible for us to sit down and talk.”
“If we do not break the crack, we are not going to get ahead, I am convinced of that,” he added.
Other of the preconditions that the mayor posed before the businessmen was “macro stability” since, he said, “without it, there is no chance.”
“We are only going to achieve a credible monetary framework, which is what is needed, if behind that there is political support.””
Horacio Rodrguez Larreta
“We need an exchange rate monetary framework that ensures that stability. But the most important thing we need is that there is confidence in that monetary framework and that will provide political stability,” he remarked.
And he reiterated that “we are only going to achieve a credible monetary framework, which is what is needed, if behind that there is political support that guarantees its stability over time.”
Finally, he added as a third precondition to the “The need to include those who today are outside any system, which is 20 percent of the population.”
“That requires being audacious to transform social plans into work incentives and a huge task of regularizing informal work,” he noted.