The closings of the lists in the different districts had striking points and surprises. One of them included the national deputy and president of the PRO bloc Cristian Ritondo, who signed to be a candidate for alternate councilor in Tigre on the list that leads Segundo Cernadas, the actor who today is president of the Deliberative Council of the district and must renew his bench.
Ritondo’s presence is testimonial. He goes as a substitute but in case of winning he would not assume either. But in fact, it symbolizes a strong support for one of the legislative swords of the PRO that is domiciled in General Pacheco.
The former Minister of Security of the province, aligned with María Eugenia Vidal, he signed on the hour his incorporation as alternate councilor. There was a call from Cernadas where the deputy confirmed that he would accompany him.
The PRO has been trying to establish a foothold in Tigre, a district that was under the tutelage of Sergio Massa for many years until the current mayor, Julio Zamora, took office and ended up breaking with massismo to arm his own force and control the district.
Cernadas is the president of the Deliberative Council de Tigre and must renew his bench. In July, already launched into the campaign, the actor-turned-politician launched a book called “A new dream” that he promoted on his social media. “It is a book that tells of two great dreams. My first steps in acting and my entry into politics. It is a book against politics that runs through us all,” he said from his Twitter account.
Beyond the testimonial support for Cernadas, Ritondo is one of the PRO figures who is stuck in one of the legs of the armed with the Together for Change campaign. He stood behind the candidacy of Diego Santilli in the internship against Facundo Manes.
It is one of the main shipowners in the suburbs, the area where they believe that Santilli will gather an important flow of votes. Play there with the PRO mayors. Diego Valenzuela, from Tres de Febrero; Néstor Grindetti and his Chief of Staff Diego Kravetz, in Lanús; Julio Garro, in La Plata and Jorge Macri, in Vicente López.