Since 1996, debates for the elections are made in the one of you, the program led by Marcelo Bonelli and Edgardo Alfano where all politicians want to be. This year there will only be debate on candidates for deputies since in the case of senators, few seats are renewed. However, the meetings of the candidates for the Upper House were not lacking, such as the one between Gustavo Beliz, Rodolfo Terragno and Alfredo Bravo three months before the crisis of 2001. The one who had Daniel Filmus face to face is also well remembered, Gabriela Michetti and Pino Solanas in 2013, a debate that was largely absent from Juan Cabandié.
In this Election 2021, the provinces that will renew the upper house are Chubut, La Pampa, Catamarca, Córdoba, Corrientes, Mendoza, Tucumán and Santa Fe. Three senators will be elected in each one, with a total of 24 seats in dispute.
Confirmed, the candidates will debate in the political program that is a must for politicians: A Dos Voces. (Photo: Capture TN)
One by one, the debates of candidates for senators of A Dos Voces
- Senate Candidates Debate (September 2001)
Gustavo Beliz (Front for a New Country), Rodolfo Terragno (The Alliance), Alfredo Bravo (ARI-Nuevo Milenio).
- Senate Candidates Debate (October 2007)
Daniel Filmus (FpV), Ricardo Gil Lavedra (UCR), María Eugenia Estenssoro (Civic Coalition -ARI), Carlos Melconian (PRO).
- Debate candidates for senators by CABA (October 16, 2013)
Daniel Filmus (FpV), Gabriela Michetti (PRO), Pino Solanas (UNEN).
How were the debates of candidates for senators of A Dos Voces
Gustavo Beliz (Frente por un Nuevo País), Rodolfo Terragno (La Alianza) and Alfredo Bravo (ARI-Nuevo Milenio) were present at the September 2001 debate. The topics discussed were the economic crisis, the recession, the institutional crisis and the eventual formation of a government of national unity with the PJ. The date of the debate was only three months before the social outbreak occurred December of that year. It is that the country was already on fire and the agenda of the meeting shows it.
That night the ARI candidate and that of the Front for a New Country had strong interdictions, especially after Beliz reproached Bravo for having promoted an amnesty law for the prisoners of La Tablada. But the latter was not silent and told Béliz: “You would have to remember all your steps in politics, he is a very mutant man, very hygienic, he changes his shirt every time he takes a bath.” On the other hand, while Terragno explained why he had left the government, Béliz pointed out: “You didn’t leave, they threw you out.”
In October 2007 there were Daniel Filmus (FpV), Ricardo Gil Lavedra (UCR), María Eugenia Estenssoro (Civic Coalition -ARI), Carlos Melconian (PRO). They debated on “Security and Social Inclusion”, “Health and Education”, and on the “Economic and Social Model”, but the most recurrent theme was the autonomy of the City of Buenos Aires and the partnership. Within these items, at that time there was already talk of the transfer of the police to the City, and also of autonomy with regard to justice, port, games and transport.
In October 2013 they debated in the studies of TN the candidates for senators for CABA Daniel Filmus (FpV), Gabriela Michetti (PRO) and Pino Solanas (UNEN). The great absentee was Juan Cabandié (FpV). In that debate, the applause and the ironic laughter that came from the rostrum turned into a war. Carrió, who had gone there in support of Solanas since at that time they both belonged to the same space, was smiling when Filmus said that large companies had recovered in recent years. The UNEN rostrum loudly applauded Pino’s fiery words, while the Kirchnerists booed him. “From Pino you are becoming a bonsai,” said Filmus, and his ranks celebrated.