December 7, 2013
'If we change everything, we return to the past,' Insaurralde
Victory Front top candidate in Buenos Aires province Martín Insaurralde expressed his confidence about Sunday’s “positive” electoral results and ratified Kirchnerism determination to strengthen Argentina’s socio-economic “model.”
“We are optimistic about the results because we have worked hard lately and many who did not know who I was now know about my convictions and what we have done in Lomas with all the neighbors,” the Mayor of the BA province Lomas de Zamora locality affirmed saying the Victory Front party has no “marketing” candidates.
“We are not a product of marketing and that is maybe why people did not know me that much at first. We don’t spend time in advertising, we spend time in governing,” Insaurralde told media as he was also asked about the 2015 presidential elections.
“We are not thinking about 2015, we will work of course to give this model continuity, to keep on defending the conquests we have reached, working for equality, justice and democratization,” the Kirchnerite candidate competing against Tigre Mayor and head of the Renewal Front Sergio Massa in one of Argentina’s key electoral districts, the province of Buenos Aires, considered.
“We Argentineans want to win another decade, consolidate what we did and go for what is still needed to be done so that what is still missing does not reach a few but all 40 million of our people,” Martín Insaurralde said as he dedicated some lines to rival Massa.
“Massa says things have to be changed and it is exactly those things that transformed the past decade through a model that difers from the 90’s (neoliberal) model. If we change everything, we return to the past. They don’t say it out loud because Argentineans already know who won and who lost with that model,” he assured.