The referent of the CREO-Tucumán party and an ally of Together for Change, Sebastian Murga, expressed his conclusions after the open, simultaneous and compulsory primaries (PASO) last Sunday. And, given the definition of the candidacies of German Alfaro (national senator) and Roberto Sanchez (national deputy), the opposition leader urged his peers to hold an agreement with a view to the November 14 general elections.
“Once the PASOs are concluded, I have the feeling stronger than ever of carrying out our commitment to consolidate the broad and generous alliance that we proposed from the first minute,” said Murga.
In that sense, he expressed that his “joy is immense” for the confirmation of Sánchez and Paula Omodeo on the ballots for the Lower House. “But, in turn, sadness is inevitable for the few votes that we lacked for Mariano Campero and Indiana Mendilaharzu, and those who accompanied in Senators, to be winners,” he said.
Anyway, he expressed his confidence in the face of what is to come. “I know of their commitment, and I know that today they are already working on our dream of 2023. I also want to tell German, Beatriz (Ávila), Silvia (Elijah by Pérez), Sandra (Manzone), Joseph (Cano) and Ramiro (Always) that there is no other way than to get all of us together. And in the near future, I hope Ricardo (Bus’s) can also be part of this, “said Murga.
“Let’s not look to the past, let’s look forward to what we are capable of doing. From I BELIEVE we will not rest until we Tucuman have definitively the coalition that we deserve to face so much decline. Let’s all go together,” urged the opposition leader. .