The first debate made the electoral proposal transparent. Guillermo Correa (Frente Amplio) stood to the side and fired proposals and invited dialogue even in the courts. Paula Omodeo (Together for Change) dodged crosses, defended her liberal conviction and defended her passion for politics from Creo. Juan José Paz (FIT) highlighted his defense of the workers and threw darts at Emilio Luque, Jorge Rochia Ferro and Minister Rossana Chahla. At his side was Gerardo Huesen (Republican Force), perhaps the most prepared in the oratory of the debate. He had a constant duel with Paz. They agreed when both blamed Peronism for poverty. Finally, Agustín Fernández (Frente de Todos) used a conciliatory tone at all times. He avoided verbal clashes by inviting to find joint solutions. He highlighted the possibility of receiving national support and highlighting the unity of the provincial government. Surprise was out of the question. While everyone brought the support of figures from their respective spaces, Omodeo revealed the orphanness that he has in his coalition.
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