The governor of Jujuy and presidential candidate of Together for Change in these 2023 Elections, Gerardo Morales, referred to the economic context of the country and a possible hyperinflation: “Massa is leaving and this explodes.”

The president of the National Committee of the Radical Civic Union (UCR) marked the latest inflationary number as one of the key factors in case of hyperinflation: “Six months before the ’89 hyper, inflation was 6.4. Now it was 8.4%“. “The level of activity is falling and if the level of activity is going to continue falling the recession will deepen. And that’s a cocktail,” she added.

“I don’t know if there is a Minister of Economy who can put up with the anarchy of the Frente de de Todos,” Morales emphasized in an interview he gave to journalist Florencia Carbone, on his program Political Kitchen. There, already at the political level, he highlighted that for the PASO “the idea is unify a presidential candidacy for radicalism.

Along the same lines, he pointed out: “Having integrated formulas is what guarantees a coalition government, and it is what we lacked between 2015 and 2019.” However, he clarified that still it has not been decided how the candidates will be defined presidential elections and that there is time to do it.

The Governor assured that he appreciates the existence of the PASO because “when there is no agreement, They are the best way to settle the candidacies”, although he warned: “We cannot remain involved in the internal fight, like the Frente de Todos”.

Morales also made reference to the current situation of the government of Alberto Fernandezwhich he described as inoperative: “The country needs to recover a strong leadership, a president with character. Alberto Fernández did not dare and is inept“In this sense, I reiterate that Massa is the right person to bring solutions to this context of economic crisis.