The presidential candidate Juan Schiaretti was present in Buenos Aires as part of his political campaign and there he expressed his opinion on the controversial comments of Martín Llaryora that resounded in the celebration for the triumph of Peronism in the city of Córdoba.

Llaryora’s statements, which were interpreted as criticism of the leaders of Together for Change, opened up a political debate. However, Schiaretti clarified that the intention behind those words is to question centralism and the lack of federalism in Argentina.

The presidential candidate emphasized that many rulers tend to look at the country from the AMBA (Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area), which means that services in that region are cheaper compared to other areas of the country. Schiaretti considers that the responsibility for this disparity in services falls on those who manage the national State and not on the inhabitants of the City of Buenos Aires.

Supporting Llaryora’s message, Schiaretti stressed that the claim on the distribution of subsidies for transportation, electricity, fuel and water from the Aysa company is a concern that has been raised for a long time in the interior of the country. This reflects a search for greater balance and fairness in the distribution of resources between the different regions.

The pre-candidate reiterated that from his political space, We do for Our Country, they focus on changing these unequal realities. In a recent speech, along with the other presidential candidates, Schiaretti presented proposals for the countryside and expressed his commitment to work to improve the situation in the interior of the country.

Juan Schiaretti’s visit to Buenos Aires and his statements about the “pituquitos de Recoleta” have generated an important debate on the distribution of resources and services in Argentina. As his presidential campaign progresses, his message of fighting for a more federal and equitable country continues to resonate with voters.

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