Less than a month before the Primary, Open, Simultaneous and Mandatory elections (PASO) on August 13, Governor Juan Schiaretti was interviewed on Noticiero Doce, where he reaffirmed his proposal to form a great opposition front to defeat Kirchnerism in the next general elections on October 22. Although he highlighted his differences with figures like Mauricio Macri and Patricia Bullrich, he also He mentioned having agreed points with Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, opening the possibility of achieving a “coalition government.”

schiaretti regretted the political polarization and the “damn crack” that has affected the country for the last 12 years, attributing its origin to Kirchnerism and its extension during the Macri government. He advocated for a frank dialogue and the need to build a broad consensus of national unity to support the next government.

As for the internal opposition, He pointed out that he had reached agreements with Rodríguez Larreta, but Macri and Bullrich strongly opposed a front of fronts. If Bullrich wins, Schiaretti urged her to express the need for a Government of national unity, although it questioned that it has not presented concrete proposals to overcome the crack.

On another topic, The candidate for Hacemos por Nuestro País criticized Sergio Massa, attributing responsibility for the poor economic results during his tenure as Minister of Economy of the fourth Kirchner government. The governor stressed that Argentina faces economic challenges and considered that the country can get ahead by taking advantage of international favorable winds and focusing on sectors such as the field, lithium and the knowledge economy.

Schiaretti made it clear that he will not seek rapprochement with Kirchnerism, since he considers that the way they handle things makes it impossible to build a rational democratic alternative for production and work. In addition, he stated that, although each province is different, Those who align themselves with Kirchnerism suffer the consequences, while those who oppose it and show that they are not Kirchnerists gain the trust of the people.

Finally, He denied having supported Kirchnerism or Macrismo in Congress, stating that they voted against laws that affected Córdoba, but that they allowed governments to assume and execute their programs if they did not harm the province. In this sense, he indicated that fewer Kirchnerism laws were voted in comparison with Macrismo.

Schiaretti requested a "grand coalition" politics, he distanced himself from Bullrich and pointed to Massa as responsible for the "flop K" • Channel C
Juan Schiaterri in Twelve Newscast. Photo: The twelve

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