Claudio Mardones analyzed in Modo Fontevecchiaby Net TV y Radius Profile (FM 101.9), how does the decision to Mauricio Macri of not being a candidate in the next elections.
From the decision of the former president, several questions arise within the framework of the armed opposition.
A fact that was very surprising is that most of the diners who were at the wedding of María Eugenia Vidal they didn’t know about Macri’s decision. It seems that most of the leaders had not anticipated this decision, including the mayor of Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodriguez Larreta.
Let’s remember that Macri had come together to share a breakfast with the Buenos Aires head of governmentafter which it emerged that the former president would make his decision in April or May.
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In this context, Patricia Bullrich is strengthened, because possibly, if Vidal maintains his candidacy, will divide the votes of Horacio Rodríguez Larreta in the internal Pro. This is one of the first approximations that arise about the internal correlations in the yellow party.
The other big question has to do with the Buenos aires city. Macri made it clear that his last name is not out of contention, by going on first as candidate for the succession of Horacio Rodríguez Larretasomething that two years ago was an unthinkable possibility.
Larretismo has two players, the Minister of Education, Soledad Acuña, and, on the other hand, Fernán Quirós, one of the most silent candidates in this contest.
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Other unknown is how much Larreta’s pact with Radicalism will weigh so that the senator Martin Lousteau also fight the headquarters of the Government of the City. Will there be a STEP between Jorge Macri and Martín Lousteau Or will there be an internal one in which the PRO has two candidates?
Since Macri is not on the big ballot, the surname Macri is confirmed on the Buenos Aires ballot, although Larretismo had been preparing for this, because it was announced that the former president would not appear.
About the Province of Buenos Aires, the larretismo supports with great force to Diego Santilli. Christian RitondoFor his part, he does not get off, and emerges as the other protagonist.
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What will happen to the other pre-candidates who have not resigned their candidacies? This will be directly proportional to the firepower that radicalism may have to intervene in this Buenos Aires discussion, and the impossibility of Together for the Change of agree with the extreme rightwhich has been draining votes since 2019.
The fact that Javier Miley does not yet have a strong candidate in the Province and that Fernando Burlando has appeared, with very hard setbacks in his campaign start, shows that there is a fragmentation in the main electoral district of the country, which reinforces the possibility of the continuity of the ruling party in the district.
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