“We all believe that on December 11, the country will begin to integrate into the world again,” he added. The sentence is shared by references from the various tribes that make it up together for changeExcited about the possibility of returning to power after the next elections.
Besides agreeing on general objectives, which represent a “180-degree shift” in the foreign policy of the current Frente Todos government, there are diverging opinions within the opposition coalition on the position to be taken regarding the geopolitical struggle. Between the United States and China, who are fighting for world domination in various arenas, including Argentina.
Foreign policy should serve a development strategy, without ideological biases. “Argentina needs the United States and China,” he said. Nation Fernando StravisGeneral Secretary of the Government of Buenos Aires and the standard of Horacio Rodriguez Larita in international affairs. In the same sense the leader of the UCR and vice-president of the Socialist International, Jesus Rodriguezhe asserted: “We need an intelligent and rational integration into the world, with the acceptance that globalization is here to stay, but there is a process of de-Westernization on a global scale.”
Rodríguez, the current chair of the State General Review, is participating along with Straface, the former vice chancellor Andres Cisneros (Referring to Miguel Angel Picito), Fulvius Pompeo (Secretary of international relations for professionals and close associates of the former president Mauricio Macri), Facundo Villa (CC-ARI) f Frederick BenedoThe Chancellor in the Shadows Patricia Bullrich Organized lunches Francisco de SantibanesVice President of the Argentine Council for International Relations (CARI). We must defend the national interest, Be clear about our values and our allies In defending those values and working so that Argentina develops and generates action,” Pompeo said.
In contrast to Larretismo and the UCR, leaders close to Macri, Bullrich and Pichetto maintain a more pronounced “pro-Western” outlook and warn of the “risk” of rapprochement with China.
“Westerners, capitalists and Brazil go hand in hand,” Cisneros said by summing up his foreign policy priorities. “You have to deepen capitalism in the country, the hybrid experiments did not work. Without capitalism there is nothing, although we can trade with everyone,” he added, focusing on European social democratic experiences. “They accuse us of always caring about the United States, but they look at Europe, which is in decline and has serious immigration problems,” they said near Pichito. Meanwhile, Pinedo finds it “essential to preserve South America and the South Atlantic as a zone of peace, and not allow conflict to permeate the region.” However, he stressed that “with China we want the best possible relationship, the border They are security issues and maintaining the peace zone.”
Although there are differences in form and substance on this point, there is absolute consensus on other issues. In addition to the general and persistent condemnation of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, they insist from the opposition space that it is not “appropriate” for Argentina to try, as the government Alberto Fernandez Together with Brazil, a quick entry into the BRICS region, which includes, among others, China and Russia under Vladimir Putin. “We don’t think it’s time to get in, when Iran is trying to get in under the auspices of Russia,” said Strafassi, who works jointly with the economist and former head of the central bank. Martin Redrado, Ex-adviser George Faure And the former ambassador to Russia Ricardo Lagorio They make up the “little table” of Rodriguez Larita’s international references. “It would be inappropriate. At that time, they did not invite us to us, and now it would be a bad move, ”as defined Cisneros, Vice Chancellor during the government Carlos Menem. For Jesus Rodriguez, the Together for Change government’s final priorities should be “the EU-Mercosur agreement and Argentina’s entry into the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.”
Another common point appears in the condemnation of the regimes of Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba, the Frente de Todos’ regional allies, for their human rights policy. “We share the defense of democracy and human rights, with no buts,” said Stravas. Near Bullrich they indicated that the presidential candidate supports the work of the Argentine Forum for Democracy in the Region (FADER), which has repeatedly demonstrated against the regime Nicolas Maduro. The region is committed to preserving democracy and human rights through the Mercosur Agreement and other treaties. Pinedo indicated that we will work in this sense, and maintain channels of dialogue.
Between coincidences and controversies, the activity of the technical teams of the candidates seems to have been taken over by the pre-election competition, which pitted Rodriguez Larreta against Bullrich in Pro, while supporting the UCR Gerardo Morales And Facundo Manes As previous candidates, Pichetto and Elisa Carrillo do not diminish their aspirations. “We used to meet a lot last year, and this year it was more difficult,” agree the participants from the various spaces, although the monthly meetings at Fundación Pensar continue to be “chaotic and with young people” who are trying to agree on a document with general agreements, after less than A little over two months from closing the listings.
Institutions are well differentiated for the time being, pending political definitions. In Pro, for example, Pinedo is accompanied by a “cool team”, among them Rogelio WerterHoracio Racer and Carlos Sercel, while Stravis and Redrado are also joined by Julian Obiglio. Gabriel Sanchez Zeni, among many others. For the extremes, united in a world foundation, the names of the ambassadors stand out Carlos FuradoriAnd Pedro Villagra and Daniel Raimondi, and academics such as Elsa Linderosas, Valentina Delish and Mario Verón Guerra. Meanwhile, it lies near Becito Juan Pablo Lohland Eduardo Iraldi and Juan Arcuri.
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