The approval of the municipal ordinance that prohibits testimonial candidacies which, according to its authors, had “first and last name” -in reference to deputy Rodrigo De Loredo-, set off alarm bells among councilors and opposition politicians. Such was the case of councilor Juan H. Negri, who pointed out that his treatment was “
“There was a very strong debate yesterday, in a truncated session that is invalid because they took it out with majorities that do not correspond. The project was dealt with in committee on Monday and was taken to the session when it should have been dealt with just in 15 days. To speed up the treatment they need two thirds of the legislative body and they don’t have it. There is going to be a very strong legal proposal, from the interblock of Together for Change”, The mayor shot in dialogue with Mimi Spicher on Radio Rock & Pop 87.95, in the Spich program.
Negri also stated that he had already presented a project that sought to avoid the existence of double candidacies, and pointed out that this new project could have been dealt with as a “clean file”: “This ordinance that they presented I presented so that those who have causes of gender violence; those who owe food; those who have committed corruption in the public sphere are not candidates, and they did not want to deal with it.”
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“Rodrigo De Loredo has not yet stated what his decision will be. I did, but I think there is purely electoral speculation”said Negri, and pointed out that contrary to Riutort’s hypothesis about a supposed pact between schiarettismo and macrismo, in reality for him “It is the other way around, this ordinance shows that there is a pact between Peronism and Kirchnerism in Córdoba, who have always been partners. Olga was functional to Llaryora for three years in the Deliberative Council.”
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