Two years ago, using the same pen, we started off by writing a new chapter in the history of our democracy. On December 10 we did not find a blank page, but a country needing badly to turn the page, Mr. Fernández posted on Facebook and Twitter.
The Argentine president also recalled that when he took the office his administration took on the challenge of putting Argentina back on its feet with firm hand, ready for history to show a people coming ahead and living much better. But the Covid-19 pandemic unfortunately arrived and we had to rewrite our projects and start all over again.
And so we worked for recovering a destroyed health system, providing economic relief to those who were hit the hardest and also getting over 95 million vaccines for our people, he said.
With this same pen, he added, “we write down everyone’s demands and continue to approve what is necessary for the reconstruction of Argentina”.
We signed and agreed for more rights for those who work, retirees, women as well as pregnant women. For a more sovereign and federal country. For more health, education and science. Also for our industry, for small and medium-sized companies, and for guaranteeing employment, he pointed out.
He also emphasized that with each approving ‘signature’, “we fulfill our promise of a better present and a better future”.