The National Board of Together for Change is preparing an act for next Tuesday (Photo Ral Ferrari).
The National Board of Together for Change prepares an act for next Tuesday, in which search show a unit photo, despite internal disputes in some jurisdictions, and exhibit their winning candidates in the main districts of the country, after the favorable results they obtained in the PASO last Sunday.
Organized by the National Board of JXC -which includes the presidents of the main parties that make up the coalition- the act seeks to stage the victory in the primary, open, simultaneous and compulsory elections (PASO) of the last Sunday, and show that, despite the internal disputes in some districts, all their candidates signed peace towards the November generals.
“The goal is to align all Together for Change lists on a national goal. We are all the representation of a nucleus of ideas, of objectives and we are all going together to the same place “, Patricia Bullrich, head of the PRO, explained to Tlam about the event.
“The goal is to align all the Together for Change lists into a national goal. We are all going to the same place together.””
“Now that the PASO are over, we want to show the unity of the space, with the challenge of sustaining and expanding the base for November,” explained, for his part, the head of the Civic Coalition, Maximiliano Ferraro, to this agency, adding that Unity is part of “being responsible for the forceful message that the citizen gave.”
Strictly speaking, it had already been thought of as a post-election photo, anticipating that they would reap triumphs in the City, Cordoba and Santa Fe, and in the provinces governed by the UCR: Jujuy, Mendoza and Corrientes.
Manes and Santilli were shown together on Sunday after the elections.
Those victories took place on Sunday and others were added to them, unthinkable for the opposition coalition. encouraged to give more scope to the act.
The speakers could be the party leaders, JXC sources explained, but the content of the event or the place where it will take place have not yet been defined.
Among those who pose for the photo Diego Santilli and Facundo Manes will be there, the candidates in the province of Buenos Aires (Santilli leads and Manes was third on that list, after the PASO) who will have the challenge of combining the different views and proposals they had in the campaign, in addition to mitigating their internal differences.
“Now that the PASO is over, we want to show the unity of the space, with the challenge of sustaining and expanding the base for November.””
Also Mara Eugenia Vidal, the first candidate in the City, has already put together her final list for November 14, which iIncludes Ricardo Lpez Murphy in fourth place – in addition to other candidates who accompanied the economist – and will immediately show that unity between the multiparty list of the former governor and the liberal profile of the former minister of the Alliance, which seeks to capture some of the votes of his disciple Javier Milei.
In Cordoba, the former mayor and deputy Luis Juez prevailed over the head of the interblock of national deputies of JxC, the radical Mario Negri (who was supported by former president Mauricio Macri) but yesterday the two got together to have a “post-primary” coffee and swore to collaborate each other.
In addition to those districts, the opposition victory included the provinces of Santa Fe, Jujuy, Salta, Chaco, Misiones, Corrientes, Entre Ros, San Luis, La Pampa, Mendoza, Chubut, Santa Cruz and Tierra del Fuego.
In some of those districts the difference was little, and the certainty among the JxC leaders increases that Peronism will seek to reverse the election in all of them.
With that panorama, Bullrich and Ferraro will continue to tour the country to prop up the candidates of their parties (PRO and CC, respectively) and try to expand its representation in the Senate, focusing on the 8 provinces that renew their seats in that body this year.
Meanwhile, from the UCR, its holder, Alfredo Cornejo, is in the middle of the Mendoza campaign (he leads the list for the Senate) but nevertheless takes turns with other party leaders to join his peers.