With the intern defined a while ago in Together for Change, the closing of lists in Santa Fe this Saturday had the Peronism as the main protagonist. Governor Omar Perotti tweaked his lists, but by late afternoon he had failed to reach an agreement with the sector led by Agustin Rossi and the lieutenant governor Alejandra Rodenas.
The rafaelino wanted to take as the first candidate for a national senator to Roberto Mirabella, who replaced him in the upper house at the end of 2019. However, the idea did not convince President Alberto Fernández and the Minister of Defense of the Nation decided go out on the court with the former judge as a partner on your ballot.
Rossi and Rodenas announced their alliance on Friday with una photo under the slogan “Santa Fe standing up”. Perotti changed course and went for the journalist Marcelo lewandowski. As a companion of the provincial senator, she proposed to Maria de los Ángeles Sacnun, representative in Congress in close relationship with the vice president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.
The governor signed up as alternate senators, to reinforce the possibilities of his list and with the idea that there are no doubts about the place where the provincial government puts the beans, against the wishes of the President himself.
The castling was completed by moving Mirabella to the first place on the list of candidates for national deputy of the Frente de Todos. However, it was not enough to join ranks within the ruling party. This Saturday afternoon, the Evita Movement contributed Eduardo Toniolli to head the list that will compete with that of the Santa Fe governor.
The Rosario councilor signed up to contest the internship as well as Patricia Mounier. They both took a selfie in the late afternoon and so on the chances of an agreement with Perottism were slipping away and its allies. The teacher union was sworn in in the lower house two years ago, when Rodenas resigned from her seat to take over as lieutenant governor.
The positions of both sectors within the Frente de Todos seemed very far from reaching the unity that the ruling party achieved in the province of Buenos Aires. The image of Cristina and Alberto Fernández sitting together in the act in Escobar had no correlation with what was happening in Santa Fe. However, within the other coalitions there will also be competition in September.
The intern that was resolved earlier was that of Together for Change through four lists. Federico Angelini Together with the panelist Amalia Granata, they will try to make the leap to the upper house with Luciano Laspina as the first candidate to renew their seat as deputy.
With the support of Patricia Bullrich and Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, the vice president of the PRO is the only one of the yellow party against three rivals linked to the Radical Civic Union (UCR): José Corral, Maximiliano Pullaro and the journalist Carolina Losada. The first candidates for deputies in each sector will be Rodrigo López Molina, Gabriel Chumpitaz (both from PRO) and the radical Mario Barletta.
Two months after the death of Miguel Lifschitz, socialism could not align its partners to present unique lists. The relaunch of Broad Progressive Front (FAP) will have a good part of the main referents of said force in a bid with others that gathered around the mayor of Rosario, Paul Javkin.
The former governor’s widow, Clara Garcia, was scored as first candidate for national senator. The bet is completed with the registration of the president of the party of the rose, Monica Fein, to head the ballot of national deputies.
In the other side, Ruben Giustiniani will try to return to Congress after four years and the provincial legislator Fabian Palo Oliver (UCR front) will be in charge of the second list to access the Lower House.
Rosary beads. Correspondent.