President of Argentina promises to correct mistakes after primary election setback

He asked the militants to convince the electorate that "what is at stake" is that "Argentina gets back on its feet", that "jobs come back", that "Argentine businessmen continue to settle their capital" in the country.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Argentine president, Alberto Fernández, asked this Tuesday (14) those who did not vote for his party in the primary elections of this Sunday not to condemn Argentina "to the setback" of the opposition administration until 2019, by promising that his government will do what was postponed and "correct" what it did wrong.

With an eye on the legislative elections of next November 14, Fernández asked those who did not vote for the ruling party not to interrupt "the march" that began with his mandate as part of the Frente de Todos in December . . .

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