After the diaspora suffered by the migration of a group of its deputies to positions of the national or provincial executive, La Cámpora in Buenos Aires will once again add seats in the lower house and recover body.
Currently, of the 35 deputies of the Frente de Todos who correspond to the province of Buenos Aires, there are five who are “pure” Cámpora: Máximo himself -head of the group and of the ruling party-, Florencia Lampreabe, Rodolfo Tailhade, Daniela Vilar and Vanesa Siley.
The reality is that the number is not greater because in 2019, after the change of color of the national government, many migrated to the national Executive commanded by Alberto Fernández or to the provincial cabinet of Axel Kicillof.
Among them, the current Interior Minister Eduardo “Wado” de Pedro; the Minister of Development of the Province Community, Andrés “Cuervo” Larroque and the director of PAMI, Luana Volnovich. All three had been elected in 2019 but resigned as soon as they took office.
Some elected in 2017 also did it, such as Horacio Pietragalla -secretary of Human Rights- and Laura Alonso, secretary of Social Inclusion in the Ministry of Development, who would otherwise continue to be part of the Chamber today.
If all of them had remained in their positions, the representation of Buenos Aires leaders of Cámpora in the bloc it would be, at least, double.
With this year’s election they will add seats, although fewer proper names were cast on the ballot. In the 2019 list, among the first 12 candidates there were 6 from the Cámpora. This time, with new partners to be formed, they had to give up spaces. In any case, most of the names if they do not respond to Máximo, they do to the vice president, Cristina Kirchner.
Of those 5 current deputies, only Siley expires his mandate and will seek to renew it. The camper and union leader for the Federation of Trade Unions of Judicial Workers is seventh on the Buenos Aires list headed by Victoria Tolosa Paz and Daniel Gollán.
In expected places there are also two other campers: the councilor of Chivilcoy and regional chief ANSES Bonaerense, Constanza Alonso (ninth on the ballot) and the councilor of Tandil, Rogelio Uparraguirre (in place 14).
The intention of the Front of All in the Province is to renew the 16 seats that it puts into play in the Province and to get as close as possible to add three more. In total, Buenos Aires has 70 deputies and 35 put their seats at stake this year.
As Clarín said, the bulk of the ballot also responds to hard Kirchnerism. Or, directly, to Christianity. Among them are other deputies who will go for the renewal: Leopoldo Moreau; Hugo Yasky (CTA); Monica Macha; Walter Correa (Union of Tanning Workers); and Claudia Bernazza, former Alicia Kirchner official in Social Development.
On the list of candidates for national deputies for the City, La Cámpora put Lorena Pokoik in fourth place. That ballot is headed by the albertista Leandro Santoro, who will seek to reduce the difference that year after year the Buenos Aires ruling party of Horacio Rodríguez Larreta makes him.
Massismo, for its part, puts into play three seats elected by the Renovador Front in 2017, when it was not yet part of the Frente de Todos: Ignacio de Mendiguren (on leave from his position at the Inter-American Development Bank), the Specialist in pension issues, Mirta Tundis and the one that belonged to Felipe Solá and Liliana Schwindt occupied, although she “went” to albertism, they say.
The FR had already lost a Bonarense bank in 2019 when, replacing Daniel Arroyo -who was Minister of Development- the Lavagnista Jorge Sarghini entered.
Now Massa has secured the third place on the ballot for Marcela Passo, a Transportation official and former mayor of General Lavalle; and at number 11 goes Mónica Litza. Further back, he positioned Micaela Morán (n ° 17) and Jorge D`Onofrio (n ° 20).