Closer to Alberto, further from Cristina

Closer to what the Casa Rosada thinks than what the vice president thinks to dispute the City of Buenos Aires, two women and two men from the FdT had a first meeting, photo and publication in networks, with the aim of “building an alternative ” for the next electoral competition. Insecurity and inequality were part of the table’s agenda. The Minister of Tourism and Sports, Matías Lammens, the national deputy Leandro Santoro, the Buenos Aires legislator Claudia Neira and, to the surprise of some, Graciana Peñafort, director of Legal Affairs and representative of the Senate, were present.

“It is necessary to end 16 years of macrismo in the City,” Neira published on his networks, like Santoro and Peñafort. “Now is the time for a more just, supportive, modern and sustainable Buenos Aires.” “It’s a first meeting,” Neira later told Agencia Télam. “The four of us agree that it is necessary to build an alternative right now. We must put aside the candidacy discussions and unite.”

The debate on insecurity has been one of the favorite topics on the agenda of the Buenos Aires legislators since the scandal of the chats of the minister on leave, Marcelo D’Alessandro. “For many months, we have been raising (the issue) in the Legislature but the misgovernment is so great in the city of Buenos Aires that we are not even able to discuss security in institutional settings,” the legislator added. Santoro is in the same vein He repeatedly published that Horacio Rodríguez Larreta left the head of government and whenever he can, he asks him to suspend “his campaign” and dedicate himself “to solving this security crisis that CABA is going through.”

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J. A. Allen

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