At the reserved summit, Kirchnerism defined an electoral protection operation in the suburbs

At the reserved summit, Kirchnerism defined an electoral protection operation in the suburbs

Kitsiloff received Maximo Kirchner, suburban mayors, and national and Buenos Aires officials at a residence in La Plata; Despite the secrecy, the criticism of the president goes beyond

Castagneto, Macha, Kirchner, Galmarini, Kicillof, Magario, Secco, Álvarez Rodríguez and Insaurralde, in the House of the Provincial Government
Castagneto, Macha, Kirchner, Galmarini, Kicillof, Magario, Secco, Álvarez Rodríguez and Insaurralde, in the House of the Provincial Government

LA PLATA.- Governor of the Province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kitsiloand PJ President of Buenos Aires, Maximo KirchnerA closed-door meeting with mayors and officials was held today, which expressed the election goal of Kirchnerism Strengthening in the suburbs Faced with an uncertain scenario, the ruling coalition Frente de Todos will face the next national elections.

“They agreed to work to support the electoral strength of the Frente de Todos in the suburbs of the province of Buenos Aires.”A familiar source disclosed this during the meeting. He added: “There was a demand to focus on constituencies and get out the vote” ahead of the 2023 election in which Kitsilof would seek re-election.

The meeting had a formal management agenda, but also a political agenda: the 2023 Basic Budget Guide for the Province of Buenos Aires was presented, a project on which the governor is working with the Minister of Treasury and Finance. Paul Lopezand with the Chief of Staff, Martin Insauralde. Two officials participated in the meeting.

But there has also been political debate on some issues that keep the ruling party in a state of debate: Convenience of suspending PASO, A matter on which the governor has the power to change the law in the province, but so far he has chosen to leave the definition to Congress.

Axel Kitsilof and Nikolas Kreplak announce a salary increase for healthcare workers
Axel Kitsilof and Nikolas Kreplak announce a salary increase for healthcare workers

Reaching a consensus to maintain a unified position on whether or not to suspend PASO in the area is linked to Kitsilof’s re-election aspirations: Recent polls have him trailing Together’s opponents by a few points. Kitsilof cannot bet on dispersing the Peronist vote, so he needs to move forward with internal consensus.

“At the discussion, they agreed to get an explanation, because there is no position yet,” said one of the representatives present at the political rally, admitting that this debate has not yet been sealed. For now, Kitsilof’s position is not to scrap provincial elections or suspend PASO, regardless of what Congress decides. But this position can change.

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In a recent survey conducted by the governor, he was assessed with the following question: “If the gubernatorial election were held tomorrow, which candidate would you vote for?” In this paper Kitsilof (28%) and Martin Insauralde (7%) were measured against Diego Santilli (18%) Martin Tetaz (9%) Cristian Ritondo (6%) Jose Luis Espert (11%) and Nestor Pietrola (3%). )).

Total of PJ candidates They give more to the province today than the sum of the candidates “together”.Noticed what the informed officials talked about at the meeting. The research as it currently stands differs from a recent piece by Management & Fit that pegs Santill’s victory in 2023. Behind the polls with which each space works, the truth is that the official side of the province is working on a Buenos Aires strategy that intends to focus on the district and seek the “vote” for the local elections, which are determined by a margin of one vote.

The meeting was attended by national ministers such as the head of public works, Gabriel Katopodis; Minister of Territorial Development and Habitat, Jorge Ferrarese; Secretary of the Knowledge Economy, Ariel Sujarchuk; Head of Banco Provincia Group, Gustavo Menendez (all mayors using a license from Greater Buenos Aires); Mayors of La Matanza, Ituzaingo and Pilar Fernando Espinosa, Alberto Barefoot i Federico Achaval; and deputy Mariano Cascalares, among other heavy officials in the suburbs of Buenos Aires.

It was a difficult meeting which lasted more than three hours”, said several participants present at the meeting in the capital of the province. “Kitsilof was asked for more funds and more politics,” some attendees revealed. But the recipient of the biggest criticism was the president Albert Fernandez: “What determines whatWhat do you want to do and what government with consensus”, – this phrase was heard behind the closed door.

According to some of those present at the meeting, specifically, it will be requested to revive the dialogue table with the national government. The meeting ended with an explosion bomb threat Which, strictly speaking, ended up being a false alarm. But this caused VA loud noise that disturbed those present in the meeting

Source: La Nacion

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