Officials, political parties and referents that are part of the opposition to the national government included in the session request the eight single ballot projects that have parliamentary status. The initiative was born in the barbecue shared weeks ago by Juan Schiaretti, Gerardo Morales, Emilio Monzó, Randazzo, Rogelio Frigerio, Pablo Javkin, Graciela Camaño, Ángel Rozas and Juan Manuel Urtubey, among others.
The request was headed by the deputy for Buenos Aires, Florencio Randazzo, but accompanied by Mario Negri (UCR), Alejandro “Topo” Rodríguez (Federal Interbloc), Maximiliano Ferraro (Civic Coalition), José Luis Espert (La Libertad Avanza), in addition of legislators from the PRO, the UCR and the provinces.
The call that they expect Massa to make is for next Thursday, May 5 at 12. None of the single ballot projects has an opinion, so it cannot be discussed in the venue without two thirds of the votes of those present to enable discussion.
Together with a large part of the deputies of the opposition arch, I signed a request for a special session for Thursday, May 5, to deal with #Single Ticket.
The time has come to put an end to a cheating electoral system to make room for a much more transparent and modern one. pic.twitter.com/BhKnvQLWkH
– Mario Raúl Negri (@marioraulnegri) April 28, 2022