After the meeting of the national board of Together for Change to put cold cloths on the intern, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and Diego Santilli continued with the proselytizing campaign in the face of the PASO.
Santilli, the first candidate for national deputy for Juntos, met this Tuesday with residents of Avellaneda, accompanied by the head of the Buenos Aires Government, Gerardo Milman, fifth on the list, and the first candidate for councilor in the district, Orlando Machado.
“We have always worked with ideas, with proposals, never attacking, and that is our way of being. The most important thing that we all have to understand is that there is a primary competition of ideas, proposals, but the only adversary is Kirchnerism“, also expressed the vice-Buenos Aires.
His words resonate in the midst of the internal of the main opposition coalition, which overheated after the words of his rival, Facundo Manes, about not using funds from the City for the campaign.
But that also had an additional spice with the irruption of Elisa Carrió, who anticipated that she will denounce the neurosurgeon. In addition to the criticisms of the governor of Jujuy, Gerardo Morales, to Rodríguez Larreta, and the harsh reply from Emiliano Yacobitti.
Diego Santilli and Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, during a meeting with residents of Avellaneda.
During the meeting, Santilli referred to the way of working and addressing the different problems, which he will seek to transfer to the situation of Buenos Aires.
“We are living a very difficult timeWhere we lack work, it is not enough to make ends meet, people are afraid of losing their job. Insecurity is commonplace in all the places where we have to travel, and education is the only engine of the future of Argentines“, detailed the candidate.
In addition, he made reference to the year and a half that there were no face-to-face classes in the Province by decision of Governor Axel Kicillof as a problem that he did “much damage to the people of Buenos Aires, especially when they see that in other places there are classes, there were classes and there was presence “.
Back to class
This Monday, the City resumed classes at the initial and primary levels of public and private institutions. The Buenos Aires Government continues with the idea of going to a scheme of “absolute presence”, despite concerns about the Delta variant.
The plan to return to 100% face-to-face classes in a staggered manner in the city of Buenos Aires, generated a warning from the Minister of Education, Nicolás Trotta, who described the City Government as “irresponsible”.
For his part, the Buenos Aires president remarked that the electoral challenge is for the opposition coalition to have a greater presence in the National Congress to “be able to face some laws that Kirchnerism has proposed with which we do not agree “.
“With which it is very important, to be able to improve the safety of the neighbors, so that there is work, so that inflation goes down, which are the concerns that they told us here just in Avellaneda, and everywhere, we need a strong presence in Congress, which is why we are here with Diego, with Gerardo, the other members of our list. What we want to bring is ideas to Congress. That is what is being discussed now, “concluded Rodríguez Larreta.