Aborto Legal

The candidate a national deputy from More Values by Buenos Aires province Cynthia Hotton set this Sunday one of his main objectives in case of being elected in the legislative elections next November 14. “If the conditions were met, I would try to reverse the law of the abortion”, Assured the leader «celeste» O provided, which entered the presidential election after the final results of the Primary elections (PASO) were known.

In dialogue with Lado P (Radio Rivadavia), the candidate who represents the Christian vote said that those who are “in favor of life” like her will “work a lot to see what bills can be approved.” “If the conditions could be met to see that there is a majority, of course they would try to reverse the abortion law,” said Hotton.

The list that leads her as the first candidate managed to overcome the cut of the PASO with a lot of suspense, since the provisional scrutiny had given her 1.45%, just below the threshold, but with the opening of the polls that the judge ordered with competence electoral Alejo Ramos Padilla, votes that had not been registered appeared, which now allows him to contest the general election.

“We are moving forward with agreements. We have already met with the Federal Party and on Wednesday we will represent their support ”, revealed the leader who also revealed that she obtained the support of Santiago Cúneo and also has conversations with sectors of the US of the former combatant of the Malvinas War Juan José Gómez Centurión and with the Celeste Party.

Asked whether her candidacy for the lower house could be harmed by the Together for Change campaign that calls for a useful vote, Hotton denied that possibility. “The useful vote is a hoax. Ultimately, you can think about the useful vote on the day of a presidential election, but this is a legislative election where you have a plurality of options for citizens to choose what represents them the most ”, he argued.

In any case, the pro-life candidate considered that there is “concern” about her participation in the November 14 elections both from Together for Change and from the Front of All. “The ruling party and the opposition are concerned about our entry into the general elections because there are many parties that fell behind, that did not pass the PASO, that share our ideas, and have already decided not to vote for one space or the other. They are not so attracted by the useful vote because otherwise they would have already done it in the PASO ”, he stated.

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