Less than a month after he withdrew his support to Javier Milei due to the agreement he signed with Mauricio Macri and Patricia Bullrich, the gastronomic leader Luis Barrionuevo He backed down and stated that he was going to “help and accompany” the future president.
“We are here to cooperate and work. I don’t fall in love with men; what I fall in love with is projects and management,” emphasized Barrionuevo during an interview with The Ancasti.
Along these lines, the gastronomic says: “Argentina has everything, What Argentina needs is this, a blow to caste politics so that the politicians realize that ‘everyone must leave’ is coming. “It’s in silence, in the polls.”
“This is the plague, the blow that caste really gave in politics. I think, as a Presbyterian and at my age, it is useful for me to be with, to help, and to be with future generations. Peronism will be the government againI have no doubts, but we have to change ourselves, and we have to give way to the youth,” he argued.
Immediately, Barrionuevo assured that “Kirchnerism is gone starting with this election” and declared that the political space of Cristina Kirchner “is dying like Menemism and Duhaldismo.” And he answered, “The same thing will happen to Kirchnerism; it has already happened.”
“Peronism will be the government again, I have no doubt, but we must change ourselves,” emphasized Luis Barrionuevo.
After breaking his temporary alliance with Javier Milei, the trade unionist approached the libertarian again and acknowledged that he reached the mandate “with many votes.”
“He thinks there’s enough of a significant advantage to make a president with power and strength, which is what we need,” he said.
In another part of the interview, he considered that the libertarian should “convene governors, legislators, and the labor movement” to implement his administration. “Milei, without a doubt, needs to talk because the power also passes through the provinces; the federal country needs to make itself felt. He is in an absolute minority; everyone must agree,” he warned.
“From now on, we must all work together for the country we want. The future president must call the governors, legislators, and the labor movement because we will get this Argentina together or no one will get it out, said the gastronomic leader.
In this framework, Barrionuevo added that the libertarians “must attack the 18 big companies that are the generators of prices, hunger, and inflation” and assured that there is “a strong Argentina waiting for oil deposits and gas”.
Finally, he maintained that in this campaign there is a “fanning” of Mauricio Macri that “destroys Cambiemos” by considering that the candidate of Together for Change “without a doubt” is the outgoing head of government in Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta. “Macri dynamited it; he is responsible for destroying Cambiemos,” he said.