At hours of the closing of lists for the legislative elections this year, the candidate for national deputy for Together for Change in the City of Buenos Aires Ricardo López Murphy affirmed this Saturday that the “The priority is to defeat Kirchnerism and the risk of a hegemonic government.”
López Murphy, who will compete in the STEP of the City against the former Buenos Aires governor María Eugenia Vidal, acknowledged that the proposals of both are “different”, but considered that the electoral competition must be “cooperatively” because later they will “converge in a great front”.
“We’re differentWe have just joined the coalition (of Together for Change). It is true that over the years we have been critical of the management of the previous government (of Mauricio Macri) and of the City, but Today our priority is to defeat Kirchnerism and at the risk of a hegemonic government, “he highlighted in statements to CNN radio.
In this context, the former Minister of Economy affirmed that in the face of the STEP they will “to really dispute “against Vidal, And underlined: “We We want to win, no one goes into this to see if it comes out second. We are going to seek victory. “
Ricardo López Murphy introduced his fellow list members.
“We have to show the difference and we have to do it cooperatively, because later we are going to converge in a great front that will have the task of defeating Kirchnerism, “he argued..
Although he considered that in the electoral campaign they should differentiate themselves from Vidal with “balance”, he clarified that “this balance will not be to hide the differences, but do it in a civilized way. “
“We will not waste time on petty squabbles. We are not going to do it either with Vidal or with the Kirchnerists, “López Murphy emphasized.
In addition, he expressed his intention to participate in a electoral debate with María Eugenia Vidal: “We are ready to do it tomorrow. We need to clarify the offer we make to the public.”
In another section of the radio interview, the candidate spoke out against social protests that include the blockades of streets or train tracks, and argued: “You have to establish rules as they exist in other countries of the world. You have to tell them ‘the Metrobus won’t interrupt me anymore. ‘
“The demonstrations It has to be done in a way that does not destroy the lives of the rest of the citizens. That cannot be, you have to establish rules, “he continued.
Finally, he indicated that they are going to “explain” that these cuts “cannot be made”, and concluded: “What will be clear to everyone is that this cannot be done, and whoever does it will have its consequences.”