The leap to party politics of the economist and journalist Martín Tetaz, or of the neuroscientist Facundo Manes, both in Together for Change, now joins a political scientist -and influencer in networks such as Twitter- Sabrina ajmechet, promoted by Patricia Bullrich, who will go from candidate to national deputy for the City of Buenos Aires on the list of María Eugenia Vidal.
The candidacy of the professor of Argentine Political Thought at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and vice president of the Argentine Political Club, a think tank of intellectuals critical of Kirchnerism, was announced in a video on social media by Bullrich, president of PRO, who should have desist from your own application in the negotiation for the lists of the opposition space.
“I have offered Sabrina Ajmechet the candidacy for national deputy. Sabrina is one of the intellectuals of the new generation who is looking for a change towards freedom and republic. She has a degree in Political Science and a PhD in History. It is a new air for generations that want to make Argentina a country in which each one has a life plan, “said Bullrich, dressed in a leather jacket, when making the announcement.
“I greet everyone who is getting to know me with your presentation. difficult this step but very important to me. I have been committed to politics for many years from the analysis, or from the participation as vice president of the Argentine Political Club, or at the university level, “explained the new candidate in turn.
It’s true. Ajmechet is a radio columnist and regularly publishes texts in different media, as is usually the case. convened to provide their analysis in TV.
“But we are at a time when I really feel that we have the opportunity to make Argentina the country we want to live in, in which we want our children to live. I want to contribute to that, “she continued, flanked by Bullrich, in an environment with colorful plants.
Posted in graphics, followed in networks
As a doctor in History and political analyst, Ajmechet has published texts and collaborated as a columnist in graphic media such as The nation, Clarion Y Profile; and participated as a co-host or analyst in several radio and television programs.
But it is from Twitter where he built a critical and interesting voice for the analysis of current affairs. With sharp comments, he accumulates more than 20 thousand followers and has a podcast on Spotify. His talents as an influencer were immediately reflected in the networks: “Congratulations Sabrina” became TT after its posting.
She is also one of the intellectuals who has signed letters with harsh criticism of the Government. The last one, less than a month ago, accompanied Beatriz Sarlo and Juan José Sebreli, among others, in the document that in the face of the elections states: “If Kirchnerism wins seats, it will empty every last drop of democracy.”
Sabrina Ajmechet is vice president of the Argentine Political Club. He posed with Patricia Bullrich, between plants. Photo Twitter
“Kirchnerism tried seize the press, colonize justice and perpetuate themselves in power through family alternation. “And while it warns that” this plan failed due to the resistance of civil society, the Supreme Court rulings and the electoral defeat they suffered in 2015, “said part of that text.
After the announcement, Ajmechet published a post on the networks: “As a friend said: I’m going to stop reading stenographs of the sessions of the Chamber of Deputies and I will begin to contribute my granite making them“.
In the diary ClarionAjmechet wrote columns on “The ‘Etchevehere affair’: the political uses of the gender agenda”, “Peronism’s passion for stories”; or “Meritocracy and cronyism”, among others.