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In the midst of the inmate of the Frente de Todos, Máximo Kirchner prepares to return to the scene

2023-01-28T19:58:06.443Z

He was on vacation in the south and in the week he reappeared in Deputies. He is now setting up a meeting with mayors in Santa Teresita.



Máximo Kirchner

reappeared this week in Congress

, but the former head of the bloc of representatives of the Frente de Todos chose not to break the secrecy that characterizes him.

After a long vacation in the South, the head of La Cámpora prepares the ground to put first in the decisive electoral year.

The municipal chiefs of Buenos Aires Peronism suspended the staging of the launch of the

league of mayors

scheduled for January 21 so that the son of the vice president and president of the provincial PJ

joins an act in Santa Teresita in the coming weeks

.

Within this framework, requests are multiplying for Cristina Kirchner to change her mind and finally decide to be a candidate.

Although there is no defined date, among the mayors closest to the head of La Cámpora point out that the meeting in the spa city will take place in the third week of February.

Buenos Aires Peronism in its best years and in hard years like 2016 used to congregate in the town of the Partido de la Costa to outline the electoral strategy.

The last time was in 2019 and it had a happy ending for the Peronists.

The first meeting in Santa Teresita was led by Néstor Kirchner in 2010, when he announced that there was “a coup underway” against Cristina Kirchner.

The rhetoric of Kirchnerism did not change.

Now the darts point against the "Judicial Party"

.

In his first days in the Capital, the deputy and president of the Buenos Aires PJ

held meetings with some of the mayors who listen to him the most

.

"He is worried, like everyone in Argentina," one of them stated.

The municipal executives of the PJ had planned to meet in the municipality governed by Juan Pablo de Jesús to stage the launch of the league of mayors that already works in practice and has as

primus inter pares

the chief of the Buenos Aires Cabinet

Martín Insaurralde , which

began

in December

to add support

for his eventual candidacy to succeed

Axel Kicillof

, an idea that La Cámpora also supported.

That hypothesis was put on hold.

"Peronism cannot think of candidacies until it breaks the ban on Cristina," said the man from Lomé days ago.

In recent weeks several leaders of La Cámpora and Christian groups

revived the illusion that the vice president would review her idea of ​​not being a candidate for anything

, as she herself said the day she was sentenced in the road case.

The graffiti begin to multiply in several provinces and in the Conurbano.

“CFK 2023”, the mundialista-tweeter slogan “I choose to believe” and “Cristina is hope” are beginning to multiply on banners, posters and social networks.

"Cristina 2023" was the eloquent message tweeted on New Year's Eve by Andrés "Cuervo" Larroque, one of the vice president's swords in the media.

The former general secretary of La Cámpora (who still has no replacement in that role) continues to pay for the construction of

La Patria es el otro

, one of the most active groups to defend the former president and promote her virtual candidacy.

Mayors of the Conurbano who need the traction of the vice on the ballot

, such as Mario Secco, from Ensenada,

are added to this batch ;

and groups like Kolina, which answers to Governor Alicia Kirchner, or the Social Economy Front.

The camporista deputy from Misiones Cristina Britez, who presented Lula with a cap with the inscription CFK 2023 after the triumph of the Brazilian president, is another of the most active leaders of the reborn operation clamor.

In the Buenos Aires

government they have not yet been informed or invited to the meeting

in the Partido de la Costa.

However, despite Insaurralde's original intentions (which also received explicit support from the Evita Movement)

he began to prioritize pragmatism in Christianity

.

The space that Emilio Pérsico conducts plans to accompany the chief of staff Juan Manzur -who also does not give up his presidential dream- in his incipient tours of the Province, which began last week in San Martín and Almirante Brown.

The provincial leader, who

wants to go for re-election and is resisted by the mayors

who promoted him for a presidential candidacy in order to free the governor's box, continues to be by far the best measure and the best option for Peronism to retain the Province .

No survey shows a different trend.

Some of the sectors that promoted the candidacy of the Buenos Aires chief of staff suggest that the man from Lomé would settle for a place in the formula.

In that case, the provincial Peronism will have to satisfy the Peronism of La Matanza led by the current lieutenant governor Verónica Magario and the mayor Fernando Espinoza.

That there is no internal competition in the municipalities does not seem to be an option.

Close to Insaurralde they do not issue opinions about it.

Máximo Kirchner, who is silent, prepares to make his voice heard again.

With his surreptitious criticism of the President, Wado de Pedro has already broken the "

new normality of Peronism

" with which those loyal to the President had deluded themselves.

The response from Victoria Tolosa Paz and Aníbal Fernández to the Minister of the Interior and the reply from Teresa García did nothing more than deepen and open up

the insurmountable internal rift

.

Cristinismo will not leave the Government and the head of state does not intend to dilute what he considers one of his main legacies: the unity of Peronism.

It doesn't matter how painful it is.  

look too

Aníbal Fernández suggested to Pedro's "Wado" that he resign: "Since when does the President have to explain himself to him?"

look too

The fight in the government grows: a harsh response from Kirchnerism against Victoria Tolosa Paz for criticizing Pedro's "Wado"

Source: clarin

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