The governor of Jujuy, Gerardo Morales, said today that the overwhelming victory in the province’s elections made him “think that there may be a radical as a candidate for president” in 2023.

“What happened yesterday made me think, Facundo Manes and Martín Lousteau are potential candidates for president, and it would be an honor to accompany them if this were the case; it made me think that there may be a radical as a candidate for president,” said the Jujuy president, after the victory in his district by almost 30 points over Kirchnerism.

With 98.39%, the Frente Cambia Jujuy obtained 41.69% of the votes, while the Frente de Todos-PJ obtained 13.45%.

Morales stressed that “radicalism has territory and the ability to govern, to reach agreements.”

The governor also responded to the criticism of Manes from the leader of the Civic Coalition, Elisa Carrió, and said that he must “lower a change.”

“‘Lilita’ has to lower a change with being so aggressive. Last week she praised Manes and now she doesn’t like him. She wants to be a pledge of unity and the first candidate in the province of Buenos Aires, I think it’s a promise that she did the PRO and she did not comply, but that she does not take it with us. She remains calm and relaxes a little. She is very oscillating, “warned the radical.

“I believe that in the province of Buenos Aires there will be an intern. Let’s change it was formed from an intern, we should not cut our veins for that, I have the idea that radicalism forms a space that speaks with different sectors, like Margarita Stolbizer, Emilio Monzó, with different leaders to consolidate an alternative in the province of Buenos Aires and that can reach a consensus with the PRO, “Morales analyzed.

Yesterday, the former deputy surprised the neuroscientist Facundo Manes with harsh criticism and opened a new front of conflict in Together for Change, in the midst of the internal fight of the PRO for the candidacies of City and Buenos Aires.

Carrió questioned that Manes, who could be the UCR candidate in Buenos Aires, wants the “unity” of the opposition front, and accused him of accepting the nomination to be “president in two years.”

“We must see if Manes wants unity,” warned the former national legislator, and said that the neuroscientist wants “to enter politics to reach the presidency in two years.”

Speaking to the TN channel, he emphasized: “He wants to arrive by helicopter to the Casa Rosada with a kind of messianism that is not Christian.”

“I’m going to talk about Manes, who is a good boy … it seems, I don’t know. One thing is to be a neuroscientist and another is to have culture,” stressed the CC leader, who also analyzed that “going to an intern guarantees a functional fight against Kirchnerism “.

“There are people who want to get to the Casa Rosada by helicopter, people who, without knowing politics, want to get to the Casa Rosada as a religious matter. They want us all to make ourselves available to them,” Carrió analyzed.

In this context, he issued a warning to his partners of Together for Change: “If there is a fight, I will not be there. Do not count on me.”

“For me it is a sacrifice to return, but if it is for unity, I will go,” he considered about his possible candidacy for national deputy in Buenos Aires.

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