The different currents that make up the Frente de Todos (FdT) will hold today the first meeting of their “political table”, convened by the President and head of the Justicialista Party (PJ), Alberto Fernández, to begin defining the electoral strategy of the coalition pro-government party and agree on internal rules for participation in the PASO scheduled for the month of August.

The meeting will be represented by the new Chief of Staff, Agustín Rossi, and the Deputy Chief of Staff, Juan Manuel Olmos. Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero and Deputy Eduardo Valdez will also accompany Fernández. For its part, Kirchnerism will have as its visible face the Minister of the Interior, Eduardo “Wado” de Pedro.

Another of those who will attend will be the governor of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, with the president of the block of senators of the FdT of the province, Teresa García.

Meanwhile, another who could attend is the General Secretary of La Cámpora, Andrés Larroque, who has a tense relationship with Fernández, since he expresses the opinion of the organization led by the national deputy and president of the Buenos Aires Justicialista Party, Máximo Kirchner, who will not be at the PJ headquarters.

For his part, the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa, will also give the present. The Peronist governors will be represented by Jorge Capitanich from Chaco.

For its part, the General Confederation of Labor (CGT) and Hugo Yasky’s CTA will also sit at the table that seeks to coordinate the electoral future of the ruling party.

Source: Telam and NA