07/24/2021 11:37 AM
Updated 07/24/2021 11:37 AM
After the national deputy Eduardo "Bali" Bucca - who until now presided over the Federal Interblock - sealed a political agreement with the Frente de Todos, Florencio Randazzo questioned it harshly.
The candidate for national legislator for the "Vamos con Vos" front in the province of Buenos Aires affirmed that the decision of his former electoral partner in 2017 generates
"someone else's embarrassment."
I am ashamed of the attitude that Bucca has had
. They are one of those attitudes that are not understood.
I feel ashamed of others
, I had taken that path a long time ago," Randazzo said when referring to the national deputy, who came to his bench in 2017 as part of the list of the former minister of the government of Cristina Kirchner.
Speaking to CNN radio, the candidate for national deputy continued: "I feel that
this type of leaders who say one thing and do another
hurts the credibility of politics
Bucca met this Friday at the Olivos residence with President Alberto Fernández, which ended in his landing in the ruling party months after his term in the lower house expires.
"We talked with the President about the challenges that the country and the Province face in the difficult times we are living. We agree on the need to generate sanitary and productive conditions to rebuild the economy and put Argentina on its feet," the deputy published in his account on Twitter along with a photograph in which he is accompanied by Fernández.
With the President @alferdez we talked about the challenges that the Country and the Province face in the difficult times we are experiencing.
We agree on the need to generate sanitary and productive conditions to rebuild the economy and put Argentina on its feet. # LaSaludNosUne pic.twitter.com/vcuRIMBc4r
- Eduardo Bali Bucca (@BuccaBali) July 23, 2021
Referring to this year's legislative elections, Randazzo pointed out: "I think
a third way is possible.
If we insist on these two political spaces (Frente de Todos y Juntos por el Cambio) the result will be the same."
In 2017 it
was an election in which the government of (former President Mauricio)
Macri was at its best
and (Vice President) Cristina (Kirchner) returned to be better. In the subsequent election, Macri failed, deepening the problems he had Argentina.
Cristina and Alberto (Fernández) returned and the results are very bad.
I think there is a possibility, "he reflected.
Along these lines, the former minister said that he had "demonstrated" throughout this time that he is "a person of his word", and clarified that this year he had no communication or invitation from the vice president to join the Frente de Todos.
"I saw Cristina for the last time in 2017. With Macri and with (the Buenos Aires head of government Horacio Rodríguez) Larreta
I have enormous differences
in what to do in Argentina," he said.
Finally, he considered that "Argentina has not grown for 12 years," and called for the recovery of "rationality and common sense" so that Argentina "can once again be a great country."
"The State without a heart, that is the vision that Macrismo has. Where we leave luck in the hands of the market. With Kirchnerism, common sense, rationality and empathy of what happens to the other were lost," he concluded.
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