Last Thursday the election campaign face the November 14 general election where the composition of the Congress will be defined. After the beating he suffered in the PASO and triggered a government crisis, the Front of All will seek to reverse the scenario with a strategy focused on the «closeness to people“So it will bet on” less political communication “and more” management actions. “
«The pillars of the campaign will continue to generate greater closeness with the people. The idea is less political communication and more public information“, Highlighted partisan sources as reported by the agency NA. After the overwhelming defeat of September 12, the most radical sectors of Kirchnerism linked the fall with the lack of territoriality and the decision not to dump money on the streets to fatten the citizen’s pocket.
Regarding communication in the campaign, one of the shortcomings of the official space, they added that “this stretch of the campaign is going to be short”, so there will be “few events and many tours to continue listening to the demands of the people.” They even decided to take out the President of the Nation, Alberto Fernandez, who yesterday toured the town of Luján and spoke with the neighbors. He was even seen taking notes in a notebook. A durambarbista strategy.
“Few acts and a lot of management, that is the premise for all the leaders of the ruling party,” they stressed from the FdT and announced that the Head of State will continue “to go down to the territory to get closer to the people.” «The new dynamic has to do with knowing how to listen to what people marked us with their vote. We must regain the support of those who voted for us in 2019 and summon those who are undecided, “they reflected.
However, there will also be a place for a mass event such as the one prepared by the Justicialista Party for next Sunday, October 17. “It is an emblematic day in which Peronism celebrates and all the leaders that make up this political space are going to congregate as a mark of the mystique and tradition of our party,” the chief of staff, Juan Manzur, anticipated yesterday.
Finally, from the ruling party they remarked that in the 43 days remaining for the elections they will seek to “mark the differences” with the leaders of Together for Change, whom they branded as “campaign politicians.” “While the opposition is only dedicated to criticizing and doing politics with everything, we seek to manage to change the lives of Argentines,” they concluded.