Fabricio Cascino, elected parliamentarian of Mercosur for a space allied to La Libertad Avanza (LLA), confirmed this Thursday that he accompanied with his signature a letter against the “unconsulted” pact that the presidential candidate of that luna, Javier Milei, formalized with the former president Mauricio Macri and the former candidate of Together for Change (JxC), and assured that the ultraliberal economist “will not accept the discussions” with the members of the force he leads .
“Javier Milei said that we cannot campaign with the same people as always, that those who are there will not be part of the solution. The participation of the JxC is very quick and without consultation. On October 22 the election and on the 23rd we Embrace the people who did not appear on our ballots. They are the people who are in the government (of former President Mauricio) Macri. They have been in charge for four years where things have not been good for us, “said Cascino in statements to the online radio FutuRock.
In this sense, the elected parliamentarian He recalled that this agreement is far from what La Libertad advances to the citizensabout accompanying his proposal to the vote under the motto “let them all go” and asking for “a political change.”
The LLA is involved this Wednesday in a new controversy after the dissemination in the networks of a letter that reports the departure from the libertarian space of a senator and three national deputies, four Mercosur parliamentarians and three provincial legislators.all recently elected, and in disapproval of Milei’s alliance with Macri and Bullrich, considering that this agreement means “a moral and ideological limit.”
Cascino explained that one of the changes in the libertarian relationship was when Milei “He said he was going to sell Vaca Muerta.”
“Vaca Muerta will bring many benefits to Argentina in terms of energy and exports. It is important for the full development of the country,” he explained and added that the natural gas field is “a resource for all Neuquéns and Argentines. .” “.
The lawmaker said that after this counterpoint, he contacted the libertarian, who reacted by blocking him 15 days ago on social networks.
“I contacted him to have some kind of discussion about his Vaca Muerta sayings and asked him for moderate concepts, but Javier doesn’t accept anything, there is one thing he doesn’t like and he blocks you on the phone and you can’t talk anymore.he said.
Cascino said he will “evaluate who to vote for” in the coming days before the runoff, and warned that “If Javier continues to say bad things, sure” he will choose to challenge his vote.
The elected legislator of Parlasur also said that “the words of the presidential candidate of the LLA are not good” in his province, and noted that the general consensus is that “the infrastructure must be put in place so that Vaca Muerta can continue to be -progress.”
“That he said that all the people of Neuquén are not sitting well. They entered the patio of your house with a violation of federalism and the concept of the Republic,” he said.
On the other hand, the elected legislator assured that they will continue to “militate the ideas of free markets and freedom” but the limit for the people of Neuquén is “that they want to destroy the resources as that they are a product that can be sold without development.”
“We will continue to agree on some ideas, but we have to stop the ideas that are not taken seriously,” he said.
Finally, Cascino He assured that he is in communication with parliamentarians from other provinces to “unify a Patagonian block and bring more benefits.”