In the Radio Miter program, Eduardo Feinmann addressed the social situation after the PASO elections and their impact on the results.
“I perceive in the last few days after the PASO because I have spoken to many people from different sectors and I perceive that after the last PASO elections there is a lot of concern about the results. “There’s a lot of concern, there’s a lot of uncertainty, there’s a lot of sadness from a lot of those I’ve spoken to,” said the driver of “You Have to Say It”.
And he continued: “I’m saying this because in this uncertainty people don’t know what to do, who to vote for, how to vote.”
Eduardo Feinmann, on the other hand, urged all voters to think before they vote: “I advise you to do a simple exercise before you put the ballot paper in the envelope. Think carefully about who your children would leave to for the next four years.” Your children, your grandchildren, your nephews, think about who you would leave them to. Your children are certainly the most precious thing in life, neither your car nor your house… Who would you leave your children to for the next four years? They will leave it to Milei, they will leave it to Patricia Bullrich, they will leave it to Sergio Massa and Co again”.
“Think about it; it’s as simple as that,” Feinmann concluded.
Eduardo Feinmann sharply criticized the government’s “freezing plan” for the 2023 elections: “It’s a pressure cooker”
Last Tuesday, Eduardo Feinmann carried out a sharp analysis of the economic situation, particularly in relation to the price freeze, promoted by the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa.
“The frozen plan, freezing prices,” said the journalist in an interview with the radio station’s editorial team. He then added, “It never worked because after… a pressure cooker.”