The journalist Julia Mengolini went to the irony to refer this Tuesday to the candidacies of the economist and columnist Martín Tetaz and his colleague Carolina Losada ahead of the legislative elections. “Then they tell us militant journalists”, He launched.
While the Frente de Todos y Juntos por el Cambio (Front of All and Together for Change) tries to organize its internals and the lists for the September PASO, names outside of politics begin to appear to make electoral offers more attractive.
For this reason, the founder of radio Futurock did not miss the opportunity and launched a chicana on her Twitter account: “Tetaz candidate. Baby’s columnist too. Then they call us ‘militant journalists’.”
Mengolini’s message had a quick reaction from users: “Why is it okay when you do it, but not when others do it? Aren’t you happy to go to school?”, Wrote a woman.
“Realize, they left the media. You could imitate them,” another user replied, while another attacked: “Present yourself for Kirchnerism, so you will whitewash your situation, or are you ashamed?”
The post also garnered comments in favor of users who questioned the applications of journalists.
Tetaz and Losada, in politics
In a presentation in Plaza Houssay, Martín Lousteau confirmed Martín Tetaz in second place on the lists of national deputies of Together for Change in the City, behind María Eugenia Vidal.
The senator obtained for the radicalism that position disputed by the Civic Coalition and the PRO sector of Patricia Bullrich, and in his speech he indicated that they will talk about the economy during the campaign, contrary to the intention of other referents of the opposition coalition.
For her part, Carolina Losada confirmed that she will be a Senator candidate for Santa Fe on the Juntos por el Cambio lists.
The 48-year-old journalist, who hails from Rosario, is a former panelist for “Basta Baby”, the television broadcast that Baby Etchecopar conducts, (A24, Monday through Thursday at 23) and host of “Let’s talk now” (Radio Rivadavia, Saturday at 4pm).
“2019 left us the teaching that it is not possible alone. To win the elections, but above all things, to be able to govern efficiently it is necessary to expand Together for Change. Think collectively,” he tweeted this Monday.
In recent days the name of the journalist also sounded strong Gabriel Anello. It was the very figure of Radio Miter who confirmed the offer, although he did not reveal who had made it to him and explained that he would like it but that “this is not the time.”
In a thread of tweets, Anello said: “It is true that I was offered to be a candidate in this year’s elections, but I replied that I felt it was not the time. I am convinced that things change from the inside and for that you have to get involved “.