Jorge Lanata spoke on Verdad / Consecuencia, on TN, and analyzed the debate over Javier Milei's Omnibus Law in Deputies. The journalist assured that this package of reforms can affect the social mood, although he believes that the libertarian “is not losing by having a lot of outreach to apolitical people.”
“So far my conclusion is that he won because he is not a politician. He cares little about looking good or looking bad,” said the driver. “His only concern is not to appear before the general public as a politician, which leads him to ride an airliner, ride by car from Olivos to the government house,” he added.
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“With the small number of deputies and the minimum number of senators, what they are achieving is a victory, far and away,” said Lanata.
Regarding the Omnibus Law, he said: “This does not end when the discussion is finished, on all issues they want to go in depth or nothing. “They are not going to want to conciliate, if it is not approved they will go to a plebiscite.” Furthermore, he indicated that “everything has a limit and the IMF report regarding the recession was thought to be 3%, but it will be 5.82%.”
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“The Government decided to remove food from the food kitchens and it is not known how people can take it, because they want to replace it with money,” he added. However, he stated: “These decisions are going to modify the social mood. “They are overly optimistic about the results of what they are doing, but so far they are not losing.”