The governor of Buenos Aires, Maria Eugenia Vidal, said she was concerned about the economic situation. "I recognize that this is a difficult time, people do not like it", Vidal said and added: "I am worried about inflation, that every Buenos Airesian can get by."  We continue to travel around the province as we do every week. Today we were in Mar del Plata and we went out to listen to the neighbors, to talk about what we do together and to tell how we can continue to improve to have the province that we want. pic.twitter.com/OtzZpHWulC
– María Eugenia Vidal (@mariuvidal) 18 August 2018
Speaking to FM Atlantic Latina the governor stressed that "is concerned about all the consequences of inflation for food, rates " and stressed that therefore provincial and municipal taxes were eliminated.
The representative of Buenos Aires expressed this after a break in the resort, a characteristic activity of the PRO that is usually carried out at national level, but this time it was the only protagonist.
"We continue to explore the province as we do every week, today we were in Mar del Plata and we went out to listen to the neighbors, talk about what we do together and share how we can continue to improve ", said the leader of Change on Twitter, where he had a photo of him posted with a neighbor.