With the wounds still open due to the defeat in the election and the negative balance sheets of the government, Alberto Fernandez’s peronism did not see a natural “leader” who embodied the generational change and faced mercy.
Although Cristina Kirchner continues to be one of the main references, the silence of the public and the decision not to face the public about the president have created confusion
ed that that CamporaThe political organization led by the national deputy Maximo Kirchner led the protests against the national government, but the position of hard Kirchnerism is to wait for the administration of MERCY because it has an impact on society.
On the other hand, the governor of the province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, has shown himself to be a leader who faces MERCY in its forms and the economic plan, which has created differences among the campers in a relationship that has long created misunderstandings.
The official failure can be exploited by a peronism to rebuild. Photo: Enrique Garcia Medina (881910)
In this dispute, a new chapter was added this week with the resignation of the mayor of Avellaneda, Jorge Ferraresito, the vice president of Patria Instituteplace, where Cristina Kirchner is now centralizing your work meetings.
So, Ferrara left bunker K with some discomfort with Campora and prepared to become one of the swords of Kicillofin in search of reconstruction with a view to 2027.
In the same vein is one of the founding historical leaders of the Kirchnerist youth organization, Andrés ‘Cuervo’ Larroque, who, in addition to being the minister of Buenos Aires, is one of the main spokespersons for Kicillof on his way to the leadership of Peronism.
To the known distance between Larroque and Máximo Kirchner, accompanied by the former Minister of the Environment and founding member of La Cámpora, Juan Cabandie, which has a big role as the key person for approaching Alberto Fernández and Cristina Kirchner in 2018.
Despite its low profile, Cabandié surprised more than one of his questions to red social X by demanding “self-criticism” and predicting: “If we don’t change, the next election will be lost to us.” Myriam Bregman.
“There is no programmatic plan to solve this quilombo; we are not self-critical; we don’t have a national project; we don’t talk much,” he published in the last few hours on his social network account.
“If we don’t change in the next election, Mirian B will win. In reference to Myriam Bregman, he sentenced Cabandié, who also pointed out that Kirchnerism “is anchored in the successes of the past, and that’s all,” so “in the last six elections, we lost five.”
At that point, the recovered grandson maintains that “the programmatic and methodological discussion is healthy and necessary” because “society has changed and we have not.”
In a subtle criticism of Campora and the establishment of Frente de Todos, Cabandié maintained that “building to achieve positions is not the same as building popular power” and concluded with the idea that a large part of Peronism admitted: “We are responsible for the victory of democracy.”.
Added to this inquiry is the national representative, Gisella Marziotta, whose political reference is the general secretary of the union of building managers, Victor Santa Maria.
Frankly, Marziotta He admitted, “I wish Alberto Fernandez would take a step outside the leadership of the national PJ. This is greatly appreciated because we need to rebuild the space. He is not even in Argentina,” said the journalist about the presence of the former president of Spain.
Therefore, the representative of Buenos Aires agreed to the claim of the mayor of Esteban Echeverría, Ferdinand Gray, who requested the resignation of the leadership of the national PJ, which has a mandate until 2025.
In these turbulent times, the revisions are not an exception because, due to the rapid attack given by Milei to the governors, they reacted by repeating a new phase between the central power of Buenos Aires (CABA) and the federal state.
After rejecting the particular “Base” law of the Deputies of the legislators of Cordoba and the departure of the government of Osvaldo Giordano (Anses), a confidant of the former governor Juan Schiaretti, more than one began to imagine an alliance between Kicillof and the current president of Córdoba, Martin Llaryorato, to reform Peronism, abandoning the period of pure Kirchnerism that has dominated the Justice movement since Néstor Kirchner came to power in 2003.
A lot of water must flow under the bridge, but the repair has some moves that show it is continuing, although it is marked by the confrontation of a national government that is looking for a permanent confrontation.