Horacio Rodríguez Larreta differed from Mauricio Macri: "Dialogue is the way"

Horacio Rodriguez Larreta this Tuesday marked a certain distance from his “political godfather” Mauricio Macri. The head of Government of the City of Buenos Aires and pre-candidate for President of the Nation for the PRO He differed from the former president by arguing that “the dialogue is he road for the Argentina”. It is that Macri, founder of the yellow party, came to declare that he did not believe in that strategy.

“I believe that dialogue is the way forward for Argentina, we have to end the antinomies, with the crack that whoever thinks differently is the enemy,” said Rodríguez Larreta. His response to Macri was given during the presentation of a differentiated study plan for high-performance athletes, so that they can finish their secondary level studies at the River Plate club.

The mayor of Buenos Aires responded in this way when asked about Macri’s statements, who in a report in La Nación + last Sunday had stated that “he did not believe” in the dialogue strategy. “I see him better planted in front of what he wants to do, beyond the fact that he proclaims that he believes in something very dialoguing. I don’t believe in that,” Macri had said, referring to how he saw Rodríguez Larreta’s candidacy for 2023.

Having taken note of this, Rodríguez Larreta maintained that “dialogue does not mean that you come to an agreement, but you have to have more courage to sit down to dialogue than to put yourself on the other side of the counter to promote the crack.”

The opposition leader has already signed up for the presidential race, although to do so he must pass an eventual Primary (PASO). The head of the party, Patricia Bullrich, has already signed up for it. Macri, meanwhile, has not yet defined what to do. From radicalism, for example, the governor of Jujuy, Gerardo Morales, appears.

Rodríguez Larreta on the trial of Cristina Kirchner

In another order, when answering a query regarding the oral trial for the so-called Road Cause, which has Vice President Cristina Kirchner among the accused, Rodríguez Larreta maintained that “we must allow it to be investigated independently” and that “Justice works without political grievances”. In the same way, he referred to the case for the assassination attempt against the vice president on September 1. He pointed out that “we must let the justice investigate thoroughly.”

“What one picks up from the media is that those involved are particular characters. From minute one I repudiated the issue of the attack and I was in solidarity with the vice president and with the government. We missed the opportunity for this situation to have been a moment of unity, but the statements of the President (Alberto Fernández) deepened the crack, ”she stressed.

Rodríguez Larreta added that the ruling party convened the next day “to a square with its supporters and ended with a partisan mass”, alluding to the religious ceremony held in the Basilica of Luján to repudiate the attack on Cristina Kirchner. “It was a good opportunity to convene the union and the President missed it,” said the head of the City Government.

Source: Elintransigente

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