Roque Álvarez: "external interference is necessary to smooth things over"

Times are pressing four days for the deadline for the presentation of candidates to end, in the provincial government the definition of the lists is a mystery. The prevailing intern between Governor Juan Manzur and his vice, Osvaldo Jaldo, is the main obstacle that still does not allow a glimpse of what will happen next Saturday 24. So far, the two spaces work in a hypothetical scenario of interns and some leaders venture that a call from Buenos Aires would be the only thing capable of avoiding the electoral dispute of the Frente de Todos.

In dialogue with LA GACETA, the mayor of Famaillá, José Orellana, acknowledged that he had never seen “so many accumulated tensions” in the recent history of the Justicialista Party (PJ), days before a list was defined. “We have a different process than in previous years,” acknowledged the historic leader and said: “there is a projection of disagreement that takes place with verbal confrontations by those who were always part of the ruling party and today it seems that they are not part of the government and that we never work together ”.

In relation to the inside of the ruling front, Orellana once again stressed his support for the sector headed by Manzur and said that the Governor, as a reference, “takes the lead” and will accompany his definition. “Those who drive must put their cards on the table, in a frank and sincere dialogue. If white smoke comes out of that meeting and there is unity, the candidates would be sung “remarked the communal chief.

Asked about his electoral aspirations, Orellana chose not to join the dance of names, although he expressed his support for the legislator Sandra Mendoza to head the list of national senators. “She is a representative of the women’s sector and a person who enjoys recognition and appreciation from the people of Tucumán,” he stressed.

Is feasible possible?

Roque Álvarez, one of Jaldo’s pillars in the Legislature, also offered his opinion on the panorama of the ruling party and did not hesitate to describe the days that are lived, at hours of the closing of an electoral period, as “complex”. “Unity is viable, but feasibility is not always possible,” said the leader and said that “external interference” is necessary to smooth things over. “For the union to be possible, everything makes one foresee, without doing futurology, that external interference is lacking. That Buenos Aires can influence so that there is a unity in space ”, he launched.

Despite the public differences and the crossed statements in the government formula, Álvarez considered that “there is nothing insurmountable” between Manzur and Jaldo, but stressed that first there must “be a willingness to sit down and settle.”

Regarding the candidates that this justicialista space could present in a possible intern, the leader acknowledged that names such as that of the deputy Gladys Medina and the legislator Juan Antonio Ruiz Olivares run with an advantage. But, he did not rule out that the lieutenant governor himself participate in the elections on September 12. “All party affiliates have the possibility of participating as candidates,” he stated.

Along these lines, Gladys Medina remarked that “the space (for Jaldismo) will submit to the popular will through the internal to defend” that project, in case of not achieving unity in the Front of All. “The one who wins leads and the one who loses accompanies. This is so and we will declare it immediately, but this space is going to win the elections ”, he emphasized in an interview with ‘LA GACETA Central’ and stressed that the ultimate goal is to allow Osvaldo Jaldo to be governor in 2023.

It is noted

2021 is not another year for the national deputy Pablo Yedlin. His mandate culminates in the coming months and in the midst of this crack that the Tucuman Peronism faces, he intends to renew the bank and he knows that this will depend on a party decision. “From the presidency of the party it will be established how the lists are assembled. On Saturday we will know who we are, who they are or who they will be, ”the legislator exclaimed.

For Yedlin, the best way to face the polls is with “all together” and that is why he questioned the “comrades who left the ruling party and stopped recognizing the leadership of the Governor and president of the party.”

“From what one hears, the feeling is that the division has more to do with political aspirations for 2023 than for the present,” said the deputy, adding that the space led by Manzur will continue to “work so that the PJ continues to be an option. important electoral process and so that Alberto Fernández and Cristina Fernández de Kirchner have the largest number of representatives of our space in Congress ”.

Finally, the referent stressed that in the face of a new electoral process they would not have preferred that the ruling party be split in two. “There was a group of comrades who tried to generate problems in the Executive by questioning ministers, expressing speeches against the government’s management and thus it is difficult to have to integrate them into the same front,” Yedlin said. And he concluded: “the most just and democratic way to solve this is through the ballot box and for the people of Tucumán to decide what Peronism they want for the province.”

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