Santilli goes through the districts where there was an opposition hit

The first candidate for national deputy of Juntos visited Ituzaingó yesterday, where he met with the local winners of the internal opposition alliance, which, in sum, triumphed over the list of the local mayor, Alberto Descalzo.

It is one of the districts where Juntos gave the electoral hit. With three lists up for bid, that opposition front obtained 40.5 percent of the votes at the district level, while the Frente de Todos obtained 36.2 percent.

During a tour that he carried out in that suburban city, the winner of the provincial internship affirmed that Sunday’s result means that “society wants a new course, a different destination.” In addition, he referred to his adversary in the internship, the radical Facundo Manes, and added: “We are going to go together to walk every corner of the Province,” in order to exceed the 37 percent obtained at the provincial level.

“Society no longer wants a State that instead of taking charge of the problems, it blames the other. I feel that there is a hope of not giving up, “he said during a walk in which he spoke with neighbors and merchants.

“With Manes we bet on unity in diversity. We both made a good choice, each one contributed their own to the space. We are both in Together. The society voted Together, with their different looks. Now we will go to walk together every corner of the Province, ”said Santilli, who was accompanied by Gastón Di Castelnuevo, winner of the Juntos elementary school in Ituzaingó.

For the candidate for deputy of Juntos, “the votes are neither from Santilli nor from Manes, but from the people; We must not underestimate the society that last Sunday went to vote and express its vision of the province and the country ”.

Yesterday, the former Buenos Aires deputy head of government participated, visited Tigre, a district where the ruling party governs and also won Together. In that case, the opposition alliance obtained 39.8 percent of the votes, in the sum of the two competing lists, while the mayor’s list, Julio Zamora, obtained 34.6 percent.

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