(by Silvia Morales)
Together for the change they agreed to “extend the alliance” and did not rule out changing the name of the alliance, with the aim of closing the lists on July 24, while in the PRO they decided to reduce the level of public confrontation as the result of pre-candidacy in the city and province of Buenos Aires after a meeting between Patricia Bullrich and Horacio Rodríguez Laretta.
The space’s lead auditors, without Mauricio Macri present – who reportedly did not attend due to scheduling issues, reportedly – held their second face-to-face meeting for 2021 last Tuesday and assessed the name change of the alliance – JxC, issued in June 2019 for that year’s presidential election – to another that did not attend. They specify it, with the intent of adding leaders.
The proposal, as it turned out, was presented at the meeting by Rodriguez Laretta himself and is intended to facilitate the integration of the reviewers with whom the opposition coalition had talks, among them Margarita Stolbizer and José Luis Espert, with a view to making the move of September 12 and the generals of November 14.
“We diagnosed the situation of the unemployed in all provinces,” revealed after the meeting the head of the Joint Rally for a Change of the House of Representatives, Cordovan Mario Negri, and stressed that “the central conclusion is to strengthen unity and try to expand the coalition to win the elections and to propose an alternative to power for the Argentines.”
Coalition sources told this agency that the goal is to “repeat unity” in the provinces to avoid disagreement in the primaries, although in the event of competition in the PASO the intention is to be “organized and civilized.”
“We are determined to expand our alliance to include all those who believe in republic, freedom, work and productivity,” Bolrich, head of the PRO party, said from his Twitter account.
For his part, the head of the Civic Coalition Caucus of Representatives, Juan Manuel Lopez, told this agency that “there was no talk of nominations, but there was talk of expanding” the space.
Other sources expressed that the coalition specified “establishing a working table with representatives from each party,” provided that “the assessment of the provinces and the issues we discussed.”
With these points of agreement, they decided to meet again “in two weeks”.
Bolrich, Rodriguez Laretta, Negri, former Vice Presidential Candidate Miguel Piccito, former Buenos Aires Governor Maria Eugenia Vidal and Representatives Alfredo Cornejo (UCR-Mendoza), Maximiliano Ferraro (Civil Alliance-CABA) and Juan Manuel Lopez participated in the face-to-face confrontation. My face meeting on Tuesday (Civil Coalition – Kappa).
Senators Martin Lusto (UCR-CABA), Humberto Schiavone (PRO-Misiones) and Louis Naidnoff (UCR-Formosa) also participated in the JxC National Council meeting.
Meanwhile, in the inner ranks of the PRO, instructions were issued to lower the level of public confrontation that was escalating from the palace circles between the hard-line wing and the more talkative sector of the party, in the context of the bid to run for the primaries. Assumptions in the city and province of Buenos Aires.
It was the result of a meeting between Bullrich and Rodriguez Laretta on Monday, the day before the alliance meeting.
Last week, Bullrich dismissed the possibility that Vidal might be a candidate in the CABA, while the former governor, before starting her US tour, warned that she would make up her mind when the time was right, though she revealed Macri had done so. I asked her to compete in the province of Buenos Aires.
In Washington, Vidal met with the President of the Organization of American States, Luis Almagro, and participated in an activity for the Inter-American Dialogue – a forum of experts on international issues specialized in the Western Hemisphere – while in New York he plans to hold meetings with businessmen and entrepreneurs. Women, Wall Street Analysts.
Regarding the withdrawal of pre-nominations in the CABA and PBA, sources from the space told Tellam that at a meeting on Monday Bullrich and Rodriguez Laretta agreed to agree to reduce public confrontation on the issue, but were unable to resolve the offer. About who the applicants will be.
As it became known, Rodriguez Laretta, who reiterated his support for Vidal’s candidacy in the CABA, wants to determine the issue based on opinion polls, but the former Minister of Macri opposes this criterion because she considers that the leadership is not built in this way and refutes the measurements of the errors they show about the election results.
A day after the meeting, Bullrich told the press: “I have no desire or age to fight for a position,” and about a possible competition with Vidal in the CABA he said: “This must be resolved yes or yes from the best possible way, in which we all see the best possible place.” For each of us pulling the car in it, it’s the most important thing.”
Then, in a special reference to his future, he added, “I’m adjusting to whatever it is.”
For his part, Rodriguez Laretta maintains the decision to promote Diego Santelli to compete in the province of Buenos Aires, an assumption publicly questioned by the mayor of Vicente Lopez, Jorge Macri, who would like to meet him in an apprentice, while in parallel with Emilio Monzo, third in competition, already anticipating his intention to compete on the government of Buenos Aires.
In parallel, Cornejo, chair of the UCR National Committee, suggested to neurosurgeon Facundo Manes that he head the list of national representatives for the Buenos Aires Province, although in this alternative he clarified: “I do not have his consent.
Finally, the Buenos Aires panorama of the opposition coalition added another factor, adding to the complexity, when the founder of the Civic Coalition, Elisa Carrillo, reiterated her desire to head the list of national deputies in the country’s most populous region: a candidate in the province of Buenos Aires and I would not be in second place yet “.
In this sense, Carrillo urged coalition partners to stay united (“we all have to be together, loyal, civic coalition and radicals”) but stated that she would “certainly not put health at the top of the list, after which he added that for this reason it cannot” go in third place. or fourth.
Facing this panorama in the province of Buenos Aires, the former head of the PRO bloc in the Chamber of Deputies during the administration of Let’s Change, Nicolas Masot, current director of Banco Provincia, warned that “we should not be afraid of the inmates” and said that the opposition coalition should “use” Sept. 12 step to “resolve leadership” within this space. (Tillam)