This is Natalia Souto from Barrios de Pie. He was joined by Leandro Santoro, two CCC legislators, and Marcelo Casaretto from Entre Ríos.
Another deputy of the Fronte de Todos shut down an initiative promoted by a segment of the ruling party to repeal the primaries. is about Natalia Southoleader of the barrios de pie, how about Clarins as Advanced This Sunday he raised his voice against the project promoted by the governors of the Nyayat Party.
,We are not going to vote to repeal PASO, We believe that to strengthen the front we are part of, we must broaden internal debate, build pluralism and renew political alternatives. And, moreover, we believe that in order to improve electoral performance, we must address the problems of the people, that inflation does not reduce the income of our people and that we do not go into electoral engineering. Our agenda is to solve people’s problems, not pass them on”, Sauto said in a statement distributed by his group.
He realized he didn’t agree with the measure after the version came out this weekend. And that the Clasista and the two representatives of the Combative Current, Juan Carlos Alderette You Veronica Caliva; and PJ. of entreriano marcelo caserto Confirm that they will not support the change in electoral rules.
,I totally agree with having STEP, Primary elections, at a time when coalitions form a majority based on complex balances, are a fundamental tool that we must uphold. Daniel “Chuckie” MenendezWho spoke in favor of retaining the primary on Sunday.
“Removing instances of participation – Souto continued – directly threatens the stability of the system. To negate the discussion that creates the possibility of voting, thus solving the issues of internal representation of multi-regional political spaces, undermines democracy.” The negation of his most basic is the material.”
Souto can be combined with a declaration by two representatives of the Evita movement, leonardo grosso You eduardo tonielli, “We do not agree to repeal them. We believe in internal competition. we are children of paso”, acknowledged this Saturday the newspaper as one of the main references to the force, which has several leaders in the executive such as Secretary Fernando “Chino” Navarro (relationship with civil society) and Emilio Persico (social economy). ).
,they’ll be out in the next few hours”, a leader added after the cover note of This Monday buglewho gave an account of the complexities faced by the ruling party in Congress for approving the project.
before, two friends of alberto He raised his voice against the abolition of PASO. is about Leandro Santoro and Eduardo Valdes, The first was forceful and urged his block, admitting that “violating a change in the rules of the game for the next election is only going to create more tension.” At least, he would survive.
Former Vatican ambassador said primaries were “One of the best things about Kirchnerism”, but then made his vote conditional on there being a “political settlement”. In the light of what is happening inside the FDT, nothing like this is happening.
With this scenario, FDT will lose major vote If Christina Kirchner decides to accede to the governors’ request. So far he has given no sign and has avoided moving from La Campora.
President Alberto Fernandez, who despite political weakness dream of re-election, don’t even agree. And it’s based on a lack of numbers to move forward. He assured those around him, “It is pointless to fight a battle already lost.”
In FDT they ensure for deputies 111 own votesloss five interblocks from the United Provinces (Together we are Rio Negro and Front Renovador de la Concordia de Missiones), One vote of Newquan Popular Movement (Roland Figueroa) and three scholars Cordoba Federal, Carlos Gutierrez, Natalia de la Sota and Ignacio García Aresca. They will reach 120, a far cry from 129 they will need to pass a quorum and legislation.
“We didn’t even reach out with the three libertarians (for Javier Miley, Victoria Villaruel and Carolina Piparro),” admitted a high-ranking source in the lower house who is in charge of making the periodical accounts.