Gildo Onorato, union secretary of the Popular Economy Workers’ Union (UTEP) and leader of the Evita Movement.
The union secretary of the Union of Popular Economy Workers (UTEP) and leader of the Evita Movement, Gildo Onorato, argued that “the people need a sustainable Argentina with stability” because “the popular sectors, the poor sectors, all crises have made us poorer and poorer. “
By participating in the 57th Idea Colloquium that takes place in the Costa Salguero property of Capital Federal, Onorato said that “a sustainable Argentina is essential.”
“We need to stabilize our country, because 20 years ago we have come from crisis to crisis. Stability is fundamental because to the popular sectors, to the sectors of the poor, all the crises have made us poorer and poorer “, remark.
Before a consultation, the social leader criticized the majority political groups, considering that “they have not been able to generate consensus that is essential.”
“The two largest politicians in Argentina have not been able to generate consensus, to build policies that are sustainable over time, lasting, and it is the moment that the different sectors of production, work and unions, businessmen, and from the Estrado, let’s build the consensus that politics has not yet been able to build. To build these consensuses, it is necessary to have stability in Argentina and project the development of the country with a focus on the generation of employment.“, he stressed.
In this framework, the leader of the Evita Movement thinks: “The crack (politics) anchors us in the past and evidently prevents Argentina from developing and, above all things, prevents the poorest sectors of Argentina from integrating into the century. XXI through decent work, which is the true social computer of the country. “
The pope’s message
This Thursday, Francisco asked “to provide diversified sources of work”, after assuring that “the subsidies can only be a temporary aid”.
By participating in the 57th Idea Colloquium with a video message, he described the dialogue between employers and workers as “indispensable”.
“Several times I have referred to the noble vocation of the entrepreneur who creatively seeks to produce wealth and diversify production, while making it possible to create jobs”, stated the pontiff in his message.
After greeting “the dialogue space” proposed by “the IDEA Foundation and the Union of Workers of the Popular Economy”, the Pope stressed the value of work for “dignity”.
“Because I never tire of referring to the dignity of work. What gives dignity is work. He who does not have a job, feels that something is missing, he lacks that dignity that work properly gives, that anoints with dignity,” he said. Jorge bergoglio.