While the internal party of Together for Change (JxC) exploded in the air, with accusations crossed and divided and irreconcilable positions, after the Patricia Bullrich-Luis Petri formula called for the vote for Javier Milei in the next runoff and the UCR admitted that “the decision-making of the alliance is broken”, Mauricio Macri seemed not to care and continued his usual routine.
On Tuesday afternoon, he was seen in a gym in Barrio Parque. At the same time that the governor of Jujuy, Gerardo Morales, and Senator Martín Lousteau held a press conference to express the position of the UCR and accused Macri of “destroying the life of Together for Change” and directly responsible for “taking the coalition by storm,” the former president did his workout routine at the gym he usually attends. And as if it were the height of apathy, he was watching a game in the Champions League.
The moment was recorded in a photo that spread on social networks, where Macri can be seen walking on a treadmill while the match between PSG and AC Milan is broadcast in the background.
Even though it is rumored that the founder of PRO will speak publicly in the coming days, for now he seems unmoved by the criticisms and accusations against him made by the members of his organization until this afternoon.
Precisely, hours after the declaration of Patricia Bullrich, former candidate for president of Together for Change, who announced that she will support Milei, who faces the runoff on November 19, the UCR expressed complete disagreement and discomfort with a decision they acknowledge is not. “consulted.”
Without hiding the remarkable discomfort, Morales pointed to Macri and said that “he should have shown his face” in the press conference given by Patricia Bullrich earlier because “he is the generator of this step and the person who is largely responsible for losing to JxC.” “He spends his time campaigning for Milei,” he shouted.
Senator Martín Lousteau supported the governor’s position and pointed out that “to talk about Together for Freedom is to accept that they are no longer in Together for Change. What I see is a candidate who goes back on everything he said in the campaign. I see an agreement “Behind the scenes (between Bullrich and Milei), we don’t know what it is. Macri didn’t even dare to show up,” Lousteau said.
The provincial leader added that he separated “Macri and Patricia from the PRO because there are sectors that will not vote for Milei; they will not allow themselves to be led by their noses.”