There is no news Galperin is back to talk about one of the problems that seems to reveal it: the complicated Argentine labor scheme. But this time not in public but in a private chat with employees of Onapsis, a successful Argentine startup where he was an investor. That's why, maybe, his words sounded more raw.
"Here in Argentina, generating work is very difficult because of the framework. Five jobs are five problems and 100 jobs are 100 problems, so no one wants to recruit people, "said the entrepreneur according to the audio broadcasting the Passed Things, Radio with You program.
In addition, in the brief audio that took place, Galperin made a reference to the question of capitalist and authoritarian democracy that became in the US, something that ultimately evaluates is needed. "Capitalist democracy is quite questionable, it's not very good. In the United States, recontra works well, but it has become very authoritarian and that may be necessary. I believe that the world of consensus doesn't work when you are a democracy and you have to take an exam every two years and negotiate against an authoritarian system that doesn't have to take an exam"he said.
From Mercado Libre they don't want to comment on this issue. Just confirmed that it was the employer and that conversation this week, after the opening on Monday. "It was an internal conversation with employees of Onapsis. Totally removed from the context of the conversation is one hour"they revealed.
On Monday, Galperin has reviewed the history of his company and Macri told him that Mercado Libre "is a demonstration of the success achieved, but also about what will happen".
At the end of last year, in an interview on CNN, he also talked about the work context. "If we don't reform our framework, it will be very difficult to move forward"he said Marcelo Longobardi.
"EIn the medium term, if we do not reform our framework, not just the union, it will be very difficult to move forward. Argentina did not produce formal employment decades ago", he said, this time on television.
"The Argentine worker framework is very outdated. It was made for a country 100 years ago. This protects industrial-age jobs which are repetitive jobs that will be replaced by robots and machines, and protect them very hard so as not to allow new jobs to be created. To make this worse, neighboring countries and commercial partners have a truly modern framework. When an investor decides where to place their factory, in Brazil, Argentina or Chile, and compares that framework, we have very little chance of winning the competition"he warned.
Like Macri and the current vice presidential candidate for the party, Miguel Pichetto, Galperin is a defender and driver of labor reform for Argentina. Part of the structural reforms requested by the business establishment of the next government and where the founders of Mercado Libre are members of the AEA scenario, Endeavor, and other "red circles".
In November 2017, entrepreneurs raised a historical underground profile to be asked on Twitter: "Seeing Brazil's labor reform, Argentina can 1) imitate 2) leave Mercosur 3) to resign because of losing millions of jobs to Brazil."
That is not the only tweet controversy. A year later, in the midst of a currency crisis, a video circulated where he recalled that "when I started, my salary was fifth on the priority list, and it was not good for me". Then he added that "I will tell them that if their priority really is salary, and they are upset because the increase is 5%, not 6% or 8% … then Mercado Libre is not the place for you"
Criticism rained and he defended himself, also on social networks: he talked about dangerous editing and said that his company had increased the developer salary between 28% and 30.5%, "above the market".
Last August he tweeted: "Like all the recessions and crises that we have lived in the past 40 years, if you have to live one more to end, once and for all, corruption and impunity in Argentina: welcome," he tweeted this morning a few minutes before 9 ". Then, he deleted it and his relatives talked about" misinterpretation ".
A few weeks ago he met Juan Grabois, who assured that the company "Smuggling, embezzlement, financial speculation, consumer abuse and unfair competition". "& # 39; Success is the destruction of thousands of jobs, Macri makes them multimillionaires at your expense," the leader added. Cristina Kirchner.
Galperin did not respond to the controversy that lasted for days, he only wrote on Twitter: "Too bad it's tragic, it's just funny."