The head of the Buenos Aires government sways in a complex scenario for his aspirations for the year 2023. A month and a half after the international summit in Buenos Aires where he positioned himself as a candidate for the presidency – without being official – he entered into tension with his colleagues from the space of political negotiations in terms of names and positions.
Larita knows that if the end justifies the means, it will not be an easy path to the presidency. So Bullrich tells him when he attends a meeting of the Radicals where he is seen with Martin Lustow, the economist with the best picture in town in the Centennial space. The words “We will not surrender the city” were enough for the heads of the visible space to come together in common agreement to squander the waters, noticing the decline of the suffrage.
The PRO knows that 19 continuous years in the city of Buenos Aires will be practically a reality, except for some disasters such as Anibal Ibarra suffered once at the end of 2004. The polls gave Juntos por el Cambio the victory and the front is far away. de Todos, with the libertarians at his heels.
After their breakup, Larita began making appearances with ex-officer Mailyn, who accompanies him on his tour of the United States after working with the Buenos Aires City Seniors segments. Social networking cooperates with the image of her partner, who has changed in recent days after putting himself out of a place “out of crack” and “security” offering him to build strength.
With the approval of the vice president, he considered the hard-line wing of professionals and built a hostile position: “We are facing a new Kirchnerian operation that resorts to manipulation of information and illegal espionage. They are trying to divert attention from important issues and create a feeling that we are all the same. I spoke with D’Alessandro and I trust his words. As we have always done, he and all the officials of the city are at the disposal of justice for what she has,” he expressed obstruction to his minister.
Days earlier he had witnessed the creation of a “progressive” space within the Juntos por el Cambio, led by Rui Cortina, and the young Ferrario was the visible chief among the list of candidates to succeed him to the throne of Ospalata.
Larita takes sides and back, navigating between her diplomacy and the extremism of her space. While building with businessmen and politicians in the United States, after meetings for endorsements and reflecting on the inflationary economy, he knows that not presenting Cristina Fernandez turns the table and he will have to think of new horizons to be able to replicate it. What Mauricio Macri did in 2015. The former president is in Qatar and will certainly meet with Larita at Villa Langostura to reflect on the year and conclude agreements.
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