Emilio Monzó, candidate for national deputy from the province of Buenos Aires on the list headed by Facundo Manes within the Juntos intern, explained this Sunday his reasons for accompanying the neuroscientist in the next elections.
“Radicalism found in Manes a political figure with high knowledge of the province of Buenos Aires, with great popularity, and who is going to be the one who going to lead that federal rebellion. It is a kind of unitarians with federals that will improve the quality of the political leadership, “the man from Peronism began his presentation.
Later, in an interview with the television channel C5N, he deepened with an analysis of the “territorial rebellion” before the attempt of a sector of the opposition coalition to impose its candidates.
“When you focus so much power, you end up twisting the charts and putting friends, obliging and loyal. Now there is a kind of territorial rebellion in the face of too much concentration. Manes is the political figure who, behind his candidacy, expresses a rebellion against this type of leadership “, considered the Buenos Aires man.
Emilio Monzó defends the “federal rebellion” of Facundo Manes
In that sense, he pointed against Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and pointed out that “when one governs perhaps overdrives and power is too concentrated without taking into account the territorial legitimation of political leaders. “
“I think that in Kirchnerism also something of that happens. That concentration of power leads to dissociation from the reality of the territory“, it manifested.
In any case, Monzó made it clear that, once the STEP is passed, in Together for Change they must “be all together towards the common goal of 2023, be it (the presidential candidate) Rodríguez Larreta or anyone else. “
“The internal ones generate cracks, pain sometimes difficult to suture. The duel that Horacio is going to have will be the suture of the differences that occur in those inmates throughout the country, “he warned.
Emilio Monzó defines himself as a cultist of dialogue. Photo Constanza Niscovolos
A defender of dialogue
Emilio Monzó, in his work as president of the Chamber of Deputies during the entire presidency of Mauricio Macri, was a cultist of dialogue with the other political spaces, something that was distancing him from who commanded the Casa Rosada.
Facing the next elections, the one born in Carlos Tejedor continues to bet on the same: “If there is no dialogue, the country is not transformed. We have been in an unproductive polarization for 20 years and we are not moving forward. “
“I am a little tired of antagonisms, of the hurtful phrases towards the other. We need political cadres willing to dialogue, to sit at a table, willing to end poverty and inflation in Argentina, “he said.
For this reason, and facing the presidential election of 2023, he trusts that his space will present an electoral alternative more run to the center, in contrast to those closest to Macri, with “a more genuine generational change.”
Among those he sees as presidential within the opposition coalition, he once again mentioned Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, as well as Martín Lousteau and Facundo Manes, the one he will accompany in the primaries to be held in September.