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Manini Ríos questioned the strategy of flattening the dollar to contain inflation

Manini Ríos questioned the strategy of flattening the dollar to contain inflation

The presidential candidate of Cabildo Abierto pointed out against the monetary policy of the Central Bank of Uruguay.

Senator Guido Manini Ríos once again criticized the government for the exchange delay.

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The senator and presidential candidate of Cabildo Abierto (CA), Guido Manini Ríosquestioned the monetary politics that carries forward the Central Bank of Uruguay (BCU) to contain the inflationstating that the government is being managed based on a single variable: “iron” the dollar.

The lobby leader assured this Thursday at a press conference that the exchange delay It is generating concern in national companies and some political leaders, so “a national agreement” should be called to address the problem.

“It is time for a national agreement on this matter, it is not that this government proposes it and the opposition turns against it and paralyzes the country, nor the other way around, there must be a national agreement“said Manini Ríos before adding: “This is too much, we can’t stand it anymore, what is missing to understand that we can’t continue banking on companies disappearing because the numbers don’t support them?” he asked.

Likewise, he pointed out against the monetary policy of the BCU, highlighting that, today, “there are sectors that are paying for this control of the inflation“which is handled with the variable of “ironing the dollar.” “I think there are other variables to control the inflationsuch as reducing spending, which is where we all have to aim,” said Manini Ríos.

“It is very important to control spending, but with a national agreement”

Along the same lines, Manini Ríos recognized that “it is very important to control spending”, but that to do so “a national agreement” must be achieved, since “if each drop in spending generates a claim” by the productive sectors, it will not It is the “path” that suits the country, since it “kills” sources of work.

“This is bread for today and hunger for tomorrow,” Manini Ríos fired within the coalition and added: “Every time the problem is going to be more serious, I think we have to look with the eyes of the country of the future.”

Source: Ambito

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