There, the mayor of Lanús, who recently launched his own political space with his counterpart from La Plata, Julio Garro, called for “continuing to work closely with the people, listening, putting together a proposal for next year, recognizing the things that they turned out well for us and move towards what people are expecting from us, which are the alternatives to get out of the crisis in which this Government has put us”.
The plan that Cristian Ritondo presented in Quilmes
In the midst of the internal waves that shake the PRO, the president of the block of yellow national deputies and former Minister of Security of Buenos Aires returned to the fray with his candidacy to be the successor of Axel Kicillof, and raised what his proposals are.
“It is false that the Province is unviable, of the 135 municipalities that comprise it, 129 are dedicated to agribusiness and throughout the territory, natural resources, production and work represent an enormous potential that we are going to vitalize so that Buenos Aires is the engine of economic development and social inclusion in the Argentine Republic”, stated Ritondo.
Likewise, he focused on his area of expertisesecurity and asserted that “today, lack of control is the best ally of insecurity and this provokes indignation, anger and disappointment in the majority of Buenos Aires residents.”
For this reason, he crossed Governor Kicillof, whom he accused of doing “cheap politics” and added criticism to the mayor, whom he denounced for “not showing his face.” Finally, he asserted that from his space “we will return to the Province the governability that is lacking with courage, technical teams and a vocation for change.”