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María Eugenia Vidal made her list official for Capital: who accompanies her

2021-07-24T15:13:48.465Z

The former governor will compete in the PASO with López Murphy and Rubinstein. 07/24/2021 11:57 AM Clarín.com Politics Updated 07/24/2021 11:57 AM María Eugenia Vidal made official this Saturday the list of candidates who will accompany her to compete in the STEP of Together for Change in the City of Buenos Aires. Unlike what happens in the ruling party, in the opposition the names have become known in recent days. The former governor tops the list and in second place th



07/24/2021 11:57 AM

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Updated 07/24/2021 11:57 AM

María Eugenia Vidal

made official this Saturday the list

of candidates who will accompany her to compete in the STEP of Together for Change in the City of Buenos Aires.

Unlike what happens in the ruling party, in the opposition the names have become known in recent days.

The former governor tops the list and

in second place

the radical economist Martín Tetaz appears.

Martín Tetaz, second on the Life list.

Tetaz's candidacy

had been promoted

by the national senator Martín Lousteau, who obtained for the radicalism that position disputed by the Civic Coalition and the sector led by the PRO head, Patricia Bullrich.

Paula Oliveto.

Photo: Luciano Thieberger.

Third is Paula Oliveto

.

The current national deputy and president of the ARI Civic Coalition in the City seeks to renew her mandate. 

The former coach and also current deputy Fernando Iglesias is in fourth place.

Since 2017 he has served as a Buenos Aires deputy for Cambiemos.

The deputy of Together for Change, Fernando Iglesias.

Behind Iglesias goes the radical political scientist and teacher

Carla Carrizo

, who will also seek to renew her seat as a deputy.

Carrizo was director of the Political Science career at the University of Salvador and is a professor at the University of Buenos Aires.

Carla Carrizo.

Photo Rolando Andrade Stracuzzi

They are followed in the list by

Fernando Sánchez

, from the Civic Coalition, in sixth place;

the political scientist

Sabrina Ajmechet,

candidate of

Patricia Bullrich

, in seventh place.

Sabrina Ajmechet, professor of Argentine Political Thought (UBA), vice president of the Argentine Political Club and radio columnist jumps into politics with Patricia Bullrich.

Pablo Walter

, historical PRO shipowner in the province of Tucumán and Esteban Bullrich's man, is in eighth place on the list.

Note in development

Look also

The “impossible” campaign: Together for Change would need to get more than 60% of the votes in order not to lose seats in the City

Against the wish of Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, the dissident radicals advance with the third list in the City

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Source: clarin

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