The Union candidate for the motherland, Sergio Massastarred in a photo with Peronist governors with a unity message test similar to the internal Together for Change, after the jump of Patricia Bullrich and PRO leaders in support of Javier Milei. In this framework, he insisted on his idea of a government of “national unity”, but he overpowered the opposition by saying: “There is no need to fall into the trap of previous agreements to the parties.”
Massa gave statements after the meeting of the Federal Investment Council in which he indicated that he spoke with provincial leaders, among other topics, about “the responsibility of how to deal with the coming weeks” until the second round on November 19.
“(We’re talking) about the idea of understanding that it’s our responsibility establish a government of national unity, call the best, do not fall into the trap of discussions party leadership agreements”, he launched 24 hours after Together for Change showed remarkable fissures due to the support of Bullrich, Mauricio Macri and other PRO cadres for the libertarian candidacy, as opposed to Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, the UCR and the Civic Coalition.
In line with his idea of building a government of “national unity”, Massa said he would convene “to the best from all sectors” starting December 10 when you can access Casa Rosada.
“The responsibility from December 10 is to choose the best from each the economic, social, political, cultural forces of Argentina. And our age of NDA is to improve income, embrace people with disabilities, work hard on the issue of protecting Argentina’s retirement system,” he said.
On the other hand, Massa revealed that they are working to “establish a new federal agreement.” “Argentina has a chance to expansion of co-participation in the provinces and simplify the tax system work on prevention”We must work together, Nation and Province,” he added.
The issue of eliminating co-participation is one of the axes of Milei’s campaign. At the same time, the tax issue was also discussed in the meeting with the governors, one of the things that the libertarian put in the debate.
“We must do the task of consolidate and simplify tax reductionto increase revenue by attacking evasion and to move towards zero reduction Massa told the press when discussing the work of his future government.
Third, and in another nod to the libertarian proposals, the official candidate said that they are working on “the issue of federalism and the impact of some positions that are currently being discussed in Argentina.”
In that sense, he revealed that the issue of transportation and service subsidies es “AMBA’s central theme”. “It is very important that people know this and know it because it is the main thing that Argentina is talking about,” he added in a campaign of fear, as he implemented in the last part leading to the general election.
In that key, he explained the “effect” of paying from 60 to 1,100 pesos for a train ticket or from 70 to 650 pesos for a bus. “Is he first effect of the proposal to eliminate dand subsidies made from other political sectors,” he said.
In total, there are representatives from 19 provinces, a symptom of the renewed ter, editorial muscle of the ruling party. Although Peronism lost in seven districts, the candidate of Unión por la Patria increased the support of provincial party governors.
Massa’s first place in Sunday’s elections prevents any mistakes, as in other previous meetings. The Minister of Economy agreed with them to deepen a six-axis agenda that will benefit the provinces and that will help him to polarize with Milei.