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Alberto and Guzmán went to the river

2021-05-15T10:34:37.499Z

Three sectors in conflict in the Government. La Cámpora and the fight for rates and the assembly of Máximo Kirchner to win in the Province.



05/14/2021 21:51

  • Clarín.com

  • Opinion

Updated 05/14/2021 9:51 PM

This column will not talk -as in the rest of the newspapers- about the president's tour of Europe (worthy of a travel agency: four countries in a week), nor about Fabiola's “total nude look” in Portugal, nor of the olive tree that he watered in Lisbon.

The Government does what it can to win the elections and what it can do is try to win something on the external front, since internally

the vaccines are running out, the infections continue and inflation insists on staying at four percent

.

As it became clear in recent weeks, the worst opposition is within the government itself and the sectors in conflict are not two -

oh, surprise

- but three:

Alberto (or what remains of him), Cristina and La Cámpora

.

"They do" vandorismo ", they say in the PJ.

Augusto Timoteo Vandor was secretary of the Metallurgical Workers Union in the late sixties, when there was still a metallurgical industry. His end was tragic: he was killed by five bullets by the National Revolutionary Army led by Rodolfo Walsh, or by the Descamisados ​​group, led by Dardo Cabo and later assimilated by Montoneros, or by the so-called CGT de los Argentinos; It is known that this was a very confusing time. In any case, Vandor promoted in those years a participatory faction willing to make an agreement with the de facto government while Perón was in exile: a "Peronism without Peron."

The revamped version of this time would be a "Christianity without Cristina

.

"

The "vandalism" of the Cámpora does not mean to stop looking in the mirror of the seventies but to design a strategy that transcends its Boss.

They have a strategic sense of planning, they are quite disciplined and they know one thing:

"Monday always comes

.

"

This is how Máximo Kirchner told Rodríguez Larreta, María Eugenia Vidal, Martín Lousteau, and whoever would like to sign up for the presidential race to sign an act between all the parties.

Anyone can rule at some point.

"We have an agenda for the next ten, twenty years," they

say at the national leadership table.

Adjusted today, La Cámpora is more afraid of social protest than of a default; the mirror of Colombia serves to teach them what to do in Argentina.

They criticize Iván Duque whom they consider to be a friend of Mauricio Macri

and accuse him of carrying out a "neoliberal plan to increase collection, reduce the fiscal deficit and face debt payments."

"The Argentina of the rates was left behind,"

wrote the Cuervo Andrés Larroque on his Twitter account on Wednesday. Buenos Aires Peronism replied the same in a document, trying to

close the chapter on electricity and gas services

. In the rest of Kirchnerism they also see negotiation with companies as too soft. Already the now famous Federico Basualdo braided with the distributors for the payment of compensations; It was reluctant to take over the maturities of Negotiable Obligations facing Edenor, and also with a debt from Edesur. Edenor, in the process of being purchased by Vila-Manzano-Filiberti, is still waiting for the endorsement of the competent bodies amid a cloud of intrigues of all kinds.

Less than a year ago, Edesur resisted an attempt to nationalize promoted by the mayors of the Conurbano

with the support of La Cámpora.

Andrés Cuervo Larroque and the governor of Buenos Aires Axel Kicillof.

Photo: Mauricio Nievas

The group that awaits the arrival of Monday also controls YPF through Pablo González, whom Máximo proposes as a candidate for governor of Santa Cruz.

Interested in the area, Cristina's son also got involved in the Biofuels Law project in favor of the oil companies' lobby and to the detriment of the cereal companies.

The Cámpora also dreams of

greater state intervention in the health area

; a draft with "structural modifications" circulated some time ago, made by the Sanitary Sovereignty Foundation of Nicolás Kreplak, Axel Kicillof's deputy minister of health. There, the creation of the National Integrated Health System was proposed, a mixed model with centrality of the public sector: a mega authority with the power to manage the Ministry of Health, PAMI, ANSES and the Superintendence of Health Services, promoting changes in the benefits and collection. The government ruled it out with the excuse of the pandemic:

this is not the time to fight with the CGT and prepaid companies

.

The central objective of La Cámpora is today to win in the province of Buenos Aires.

They know that whoever wins there, wins in the country

.

That is why they push to redirect resources to the suburbs.

They discard the triumph of Horacio Rodríguez Larreta in Capital and work to

prop up Axel as a candidate for 2023

.

Did Maximo get off that list?

There are those who still believe that it could be a strategy to avoid the erosion of a premature candidacy.

Facing the advance, the PC is paralyzed.

If it were for La Cámpora, it would retire most of the mayors and governors

.

While the dreams of the new vandoristas are woven from above, their desires do not impact below: according to the latest Management & Fit survey,

Máximo is the leader with the worst image of all those surveyed

, with only 26% of a positive image at the level. national.

His mother surpasses him with 33.9% and also little Axel with 32% positive and less negative image than mother and son.

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Source: clarin

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