May 19, 2013
CFK: ‘We have to reach out to the unemployed’
President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner hosted a rally today at the Toyota automotive factory in Zárate locality, in the province of Buenos Aires. The president walked the factory and planted a "ceibo" just beside the one her late husband Néstor Kichner had planted years ago and stressed the importance of battling unemployment in a speech for the factory workers.
During her speech at Toyota Factory, CFK also stressed that “over five million working posts were created in Argentina on the past five years.”
“We have the right to be happy because we have tripled the amount of jobs at the automotive sector thanks to this economic model,” she celebrated.
“But we still have to reach to the unemployed,” she said. “And I am very committed to this cause,” she added.
“I want all young Argentines to have a job.”
CFK also rejoiced over the Argentine car production success. “We are the country that sells more cars for the domestic cars in Latin American.”