The head of Government of the City of Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, today called for “an end to confiscatory taxes and violations of private property”, while touring the Cordoba towns of Colonia Caroya and Jesús María.
“We have to put an end to the obstacles to production, the confiscatory taxes, the bureaucracy that makes procedures difficult and the violations of private property,” Rodríguez Larreta highlighted.
In this framework, the leader of Together for Change highlighted the productive “potential” of the province of Córdoba and considered that “it could grow and produce even more, but it needs a national government to help it achieve it.”
According to a statement, the agenda began in Colonia Caroya where Rodríguez Larreta participated in a meeting with some 30 local political leaders and visited the Terra Camiare winery.
In Caroya, the head of the Buenos Aires Government also held a meeting with the popular artist El Chaqueño Palavecino, in a payada that they shared with 200 residents of the area.
In the afternoon, the PRO leader went to the town of Jesús María to meet with the board of directors of the local Rural Society, where he assured that “the countryside is the great productive engine of the country and Córdoba is one of the provinces that most export”.
As detailed by his communication team, Rodríguez Larreta stayed in Jesús María until midnight this Friday to attend the traditional National Dressage and Folklore Festival, one of the most popular in the entire country.
This Friday’s event is part of a three-day tour of the province, which will continue today in the tourist Carlos Paz and will culminate next Sunday in the capital Córdoba.