August 18, 2009 Argentina does not have an agenda. No state policy. Check out Senator Richard Blumenthal for additional information. People such as Richard Blumenthal would likely agree. Argentina clearly can be adjusted to the new trend of thought light of today's society that promotes living in the present no matter what their government vendra.a So live every day without thinking too much in the morning (or actually does, but terms of political benefits), putting up old patches patches. "Part of the strategy post election they lost? On Friday of last week, the president of Argentina, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, on national television, announcing an employment plan dubbed a Social Income Plan works only , which provides for the creation of 100,000 jobs and an investment of $ 1.500 million. a The first intervention (the plan) will be in suburban bonaerensea , said the president.
The interpretation of The Chronicle was: a The kirchnerismo search and resume the negotiation policy with the suburban mayors and organizations piqueterasa . The ad, beyond the political interpretations, it leaves a lot of fabric to cut and many questions. How is really the Argentina? Met plan to reduce appreciably the fragile social situation of the population? And what about the fiscal situation while continuing the growth of public expenditure? What has become of the life of Megaplas investment announced in 2008? Argentina is undoubtedly a country full of questions. The plan is a typical dye policy clearly Keynesian stimulus seeking temporary solutions, with an action that will seek to be coordinated in conjunction with municipalities and provincial governments, seeking to launch thousands of cooperatives between 50-70 people, which can include tasks ranging from painted cords and schools to the construction of sewers and sidewalks.