Presidential candidate Scioli leads polls, makes proposals

BUENOS AIRES, Sep. 23 (MNA) – After the triumphs of the Front for Victory (FPV) in Tucuman and Chaco, its presidential candidate, Daniel Scioli, marching at the head of all surveys, presented proposals to make Argentina a productive paradise.

At the Opera Theater in downtown Buenos Aires, the Governor gave details of what will be their political lines to continue to build on what is built and develop the country in economic, social, science and technology, trade and achieve self-sufficiency.

The room was crowded with representatives of the various political, economic and social sectors, among these ministers, governors, mayors, leaders of indigenous peoples, unions, parties, industrial and agricultural associations as well as members of different organizations that make up the FPV.

Among attendees there was Juan Manzur, who on Tuesday will be declared the winner in the provincial elections of Tucuman and declared governor-elect after the Supreme Court of that northern region validated the August 23 vote, which was contested by the opposition.

Scioli is intended to bring the annual inflation to a digit without adjustment, gives back the VAT tax to retirees who charge minimum and beneficiaries of social allowances and achieve the employment for all.

Economically, he said that he will work to achieve a floor of 30 billion dollars a year in investment, offer incentives for repatriation of capitals, and promulgate the law on public-private partnership and move forward in the distribution of income.

He stressed that thanks 'to the tenacity, strength of our President' was adopted at the UN a regulatory framework for restructuring sovereign debts, which he praised as 'universal victories to establish a criterion of justice in front of speculation and colonialism' among others.

A new survey by the pollster Rouvier in the province of Buenos Aires, the heaviest in the political life of the country, places the Daniel Scioli-Carlos Zannini formula at the head of elections with 42 percent, 12.5 points closer of its nearest rival, the candidate of the right-wing alliance Cambiemos, Mauricio Macri.


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