Maria Eugenia Vidalwhich has not yet made official what role it will play in the next elections, opposed the elimination of the PASO. The former governor of the province of Buenos Aires was against the suppression of the primary elections. She also expressed confidence that, despite the internal tensions, Together for Change will not be broken by 2023.
The deputy for the City of Buenos Aires gave her opinion regarding the removal of the Open, Simultaneous and Mandatory Primary elections (PASO). In an interview given to LN +, she stated: «Once again the rules are altered before the election, trying to see where they take advantage«. In that sense, he confirmed the idea that his coalition has regarding this modification.
He noted that it is a move by the ruling party to fracture the opposition. However, he dismissed the possibility of rupture. «The ruling party may think that without STEP it will divide the opposition, they are wrong, Together for Change is not going to break up, we know the need for unity that we have to show, “said the opposition leader.
«We didn’t break last year and we won the province of Buenos Aires. Despite the silver plan, and with Peronism united, because beyond what he says (Axel) Kicillofthe mother who lives in the suburbs knows that this government left the children without classes, that things cost more in the supermarket. It doesn’t matter what story they put together«, added María Eugenia Vidal.
Although the role she will play in 2023 is uncertain, the legislator did not hide her intentions to become president: “People do not make mistakes when they vote. You have to prepare, have a team, and alternation is good because power is not forever“, he remarked. She also confessed that there was a change in her when she was not re-elected in the Province: «The defeat gave me a lot of humility and learning»sentenced.