Argentina urges reforms in G77 to world to “live better”
The president thanked everyone for their solidarity in reference to the issue of the Malvinas. (Photo: teleSUR).

The president of Argentina, Cristina Fernández, in his speech at the G-77 plus China Summit Sunday urged reforms to make world to “live better.” “I must confess that I still us and always saying” we want to live better, “and this expression implies more.
“Observing how is the world can say that we are not any good or better than we are worse, if we look at what is happening globally,” said the president of Argentina.
Referring to world peace and security, the President said it is clear that the issue is getting worse “to the problem that had less than a year was the situation in Syria, notice that velocity change events and how fast change strategies, “he said.
With regard to the economic order, said a crisis currently persists and affects many countries of the world, “my country had been affected before, this is happening is not capitalism, it is a complete and utter distortion, qualify as anarcho capitalism. ”
He finished by thanking all present intervention and President Evo Morales, for the invitation “if we do not we should remove in time” good “because we have to call to reach a new world order to continue living.”Prior to the president Argentina, the presidents of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro; Cuba, Raul Castro and Uruguay, José “Pepe” Mujica, urged the G77 to move toward a new world order more just and equitable.