December 12, 2013
Scioli: 'We are willing to improve what needs to be improved'
Speaking at the Council of the Americas held in Buenos Aires, the governor of Buenos Aires province Daniel Scioli said the government led by President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner “must end as better as possible.” He said it’s time to “improve what needs to be improved” but urged to “defend what’s been achieved.”
He warned there are no “magical solutions” and he seeks to “collaborate” with the president, with all his “effort.”
“When you make a proposal, you must explain how not to lead the country to a state of under funding.” “We are willing to improve what needs to be improved but essentially defending what’s been achieved.”
“Argentina is under the best conditions to provide the world with what the world may demand,” the governor stressed.