During an act in which the Faculty of Economics of the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) participated, the Governor of Córdoba, John Schiarettiharshly questioned Kirchnerism and argued that as long as the Justicialist Party “has him imprisoned”, it will be “difficult for Peronism to propose rational things.”

In this framework, the president described Kirchnerism as a “feudal space” and that they are those who “govern to win an election and have absolute control of money, the legislature and Justice, even.”

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In that sense, he assured that Peronism goes beyond the crack, and that the Justicialist Party has nothing to do with Together for Change or with the Front of All. Furthermore, he claimed: “We are not going to go to an election, not even for a PASO, with Kirchnerism.”

In addition, although he did not confirm that he will stand as a candidate for a position in the next elections, he confirmed that he will “continue working so that Argentina improves” and “to build an alternative.”