Victoria Tolosa Paz would head the list of national deputies of the Frente de Todos in the province of Buenos Aires, seconded by Daniel Gollán, the Buenos Aires Minister of Health.
In this way, the discussion on the payroll to fight electorally in the most populated province of the country would be resolved with the first place chosen by President Alberto Ángel Fernández and the second, determined by the district governor Axel Kicillof.
All expectations were placed this week of closing of lists in the assembly of the ballot for the fight for the national councils in the Province. The definition was left in the hands of the President and Vice President Cristina Kirchner. And this Wednesday, it emerged from spokespersons for the Casa Rosada as well as from Buenos Aires Kirchnerism, that the Fernández duo defined Tolosa Paz-Gollán for the election in Buenos Aires,
The name of Tolosa Paz was anticipated by Clarín in the month of May.
In the Casa Rosada it was analyzed as an achievement of the President to have imposed on the first candidate on the list and having neutralized the K offensive that the Chief of Staff, Santiago Cafiero, left his post to compete electorally.This would have been a loss of power for the head of state as he was unable to keep his right hand by his side.
Health Minister Daniel Gollán getting vaccinated with Governor Axel Kicillof
And the definition of Daniel Gollán comes after the name of Nicolás Kreplak sounded for the electoral fight. Gollán is the provincial health minister and Kreplak is his deputy minister. That same role was fulfilled by both in the last presidential term of Cristina Kirchner. In this way, it can be read as a definition of Kicillof -as head of the Buenos Aires district- but also with someone trusted by the vice president.
Gollán is a regular – and tough – spokesperson for Kirchnerism’s health policy, starring in controversies with the opposition both with vaccination and with trips abroad. In addition to various counterpoints with the administration of the City of Buenos Aires in terms of health policies.
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