The governor of Córdoba, Juan Schiaretti, and the former president of Salta, Juan Manuel Urtubey, announced an electoral agreement with which they will seek to overcome the rift and compete for the Presidency this year.
This was confirmed after sharing lunch at the Casa de Córdoba in Buenos Aires and explained that they will build “a superior political space, outside the crack” in which both will compete for the presidential candidacy.
Both expressed their decision to be national candidates and compete within this new space, including those who want to integrate this non-Kirchnerist Peronist proposal.
It is time to work more than ever for Argentines. With @JSchiaretti We know that doing the usual is making a new failure. There are many of us who want to work differently so that the country can regain hope. pic.twitter.com/qcX5H4fTqa
– Juan Manuel Urtubey (@UrtubeyJM) January 10, 2023
In this sense, at the meeting they stressed that they are not going to “take any STEP with Kirchnerism.” “Neither with the K nor with the Frente de Todos”, clarified Schiaretti and Urtubey, who also spoke of the national and international scenario and the economic context that the country is going through.
On this occasion, they will seek to swell the ranks of this “third way” with which they aim to bridge the gap between Kirchnerism and Together for Change. For his part, Schiaretti cannot compete again for the Governor of Córdoba this year and proposes Martín Llaryora to succeed him.