One day after the video you posted Mauricio Macri in which she announced that she will not compete in the next elections, the national deputy and former governor of Buenos Aires, Mary Eugenia Vidal, sent a message to “all those who want to be candidates” for Together for Change that the proposals be ordered so that the space is competitive. Within this framework, he proposed 5 rules of coexistence, among them, that there be an “austere and without aggression” campaign.
The leader, who comes from meeting with Macri last week and celebrating her marriage to journalist Enrique Sacco, began her letter with a series of Paragraphs of thanks to Macri. “I know that many Argentines may be sad with the news that Mauricio will not be a candidate.. The best way to join us is by consolidating the space that he founded“, he opined.
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But he quickly went inside. She did so by stating that “we have to change the way we are doing some things”, and quickly asked the PRO candidates and Juntos por el Cambio “order our proposal to be as competitive as possible”.
The opposition leader maintained that Together for Change has to make an “overwhelming offer” ahead of the elections. However, he urged the leadership to agree on “clear and constructive rules” for the campaign prior to the election of candidates, in addition to an economic plan “in a forceful way”.
“We cannot jeopardize what we have achieved by arbitrary discussions of politics, there are things that no longer go. Enough of the over-analysis of the photos, of the place at the table, of the semicolon in a speech, of who was greeted first or second,” she said.
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“As soon as the year began, I warned that we were making a mistake by debating too much who should be candidates when we had to listen and talk to people about their problems,” added Vidal, who immediately maintained that “I think we’re still making that mistake.”
Later, he recalled that days ago he warned that “politics became a circus without an audience” since, according to his theory, “the politicians don’t realize it but the audience is empty and, today, the real rift is between politics and the people. Argentines don’t care about who will be candidates: they worry about inflation, insecurity, the education that the children receive, the power cuts”.
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With this preamble, Vidal proposed to the candidates of Together for Change an agreement around five points that he considers strategic so that the campaign “consolidates us as the best option and Bring tranquility and hope to the Argentines“.
“The team is and will remain united”. With this title, Vidal summarized the content of the first point, which maintains that after the PASO “we will all be part of the same project, sharing teams and experiences. No one can be left behind. And until then, we must be united in joint activities throughout the country“.
Secondly, the current national deputy urged her colleagues to “The campaign will be exemplary: austere and without aggression”. At that point he said that “we have to carry out a process that understands this delicate moment in the country. The competition has to be clean, transparent, without waste and it has to be done with respect.”
On the other hand, he stated that “we will have a common country project” and that, in this regard, “there can be no doubts about the course and the way out that the next government will take.” This is one of the most outstanding points because it asks, among other things, for there to be an economic plan to execute in the event of reaching the Presidency.
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“We have to agree on a common economic platform that lays the foundations for progress, with real, concrete and true proposals. Illuminating, together with its actors, all the potential of our productive sectors and regional economies,” he said.
“We will prioritize the collective over the individual. To promote the change we need throughout the country, each mayor, governor, deputy and senator count. We must commit to prioritizing in each instance that we have to face our collective project over individual political projects and personal ambition”, reads the fourth point.
Meanwhile, the latter calls for clear rules of the game. “We must define our electoral rules, as the mechanism that we will use to form the legislative lists. In addition, we have to agree on joint control throughout the country, to take care of the votes of our entire coalition,” he closed.
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