The governor of Córdoba, Juan Schiaretti stated: “I do not belong nor will I belong to Juntos por el Cambio. We are anti-Kirchnerist Peronism.” Schiaretti seeks to form a “front of fronts” that can agree on a government program and present itself as a united coalition in the elections. In his words, “Argentina needs a government of national unity that overcomes polarization and promotes the culture of production and work.” The Cordovan governor has been working on this political alternative for two months and seeks to consolidate it as a viable option for the country.
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Schiaretti stressed that the idea of a “front of fronts” does not imply a merger of parties, but an agreement between political forces to form a new coalition. In comparing him with Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and Gerardo Morales, he highlighted the experience of the three governors in the administration of their respective jurisdictions. Regarding the comments of former President Mauricio Macri about his possible incorporation, the governor affirmed that he does not belong and will not belong to Together for Change and reaffirmed his belonging to non-Kirchnerist Peronism.