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Through the corridors: the concerns of Mauricio Macri and the Yalta conference by Patricia Bullrich


The former President is not very convinced of some political contacts in Rosario. The former minister, having a barbecue with López Murphy.

fight and come back

Mauricio Macri

returned from a political-recreational trip to FIFA events and fully immersed himself in vernacular politics.

And he did it on a trip to the racy area of


, where he presented his book and met leaders he trusted, such as the candidate for governor from Buenos Aires,

Cristian Ritondo

, or the radical senator

Carolina Losada

, who dreams of fighting for the governor of Santa Fe but also, as eventual running mate, if Macri decided to go for his "second term" presidential.

Muricio Macri in Rosario together with the deputies Cristian Ritondo and Carolina Losada and the mayor Pablo Javkin.

The ex-President traveled the 300 kilometers to Rosario and spoke with local leaders, to learn about the current moment in that city where the recently arrived gendarmes are trying to impose some calm on "Argentine Chicago", a nickname of which there are two versions: one , because its refrigeration industry was equaled with that of the American city.

And the other, to the presence of the Sicilian mafia in the 30s in that area.

But the day did not start as the PRO founder would have liked:

Mauricio Macri was not convinced to meet Pablo Javkin


The former head of state does not like how the man forged in the Purple Strip manages the city and there are those who have heard him refer to Javkin as "a good university professor", to the detriment of the abilities of the lawyer and teacher as a manager.

Mauricio Macri with Mayor Pablo Javkin.

Photo Juan Jose Garcia

For this reason,

MM preferred the group photo with Javkin, Ritondo and Losada

to the snapshot where he showed the two chatting in the mayor's office.

Macri returned from Rosario to his offices in Acassuso and continued with his thread meetings, where the one he had with María Eugenia Vidal stood out.


he confirmed to the former governor that he will attend her wedding next Saturday, which will be held at the El Rosario de Areco ranch

, where Mariú and Enrique Sacco will say "Yes" before a small and intimate group of friends, where they will also Horacio Rodríguez Larreta will be there. 

I'll stay with you, I'll keep going, I'm going to look for you What a magical night Buenos Aires city...

A bondiopan comes out


Patricia Bullrich and Ricardo López Murphy

sealed their political agreement around a grill.

And they did it in the house of the economist

Eduardo Lázzari

, in Villa Elisa.

It was going to be a barbecue for 20 people but 60 ended up coming who fought for the bondiola sandwiches and salads.

The expectation of seeing Patricia and Ricardo together made all the leaders of "Republicanos Unidos" want to be there.

At the country date, a good harmony was noted between the couples: Patricia and Guillermo walked, along with Ricardo and Norma, through the park chatting and taking photos.

"Lacha" Lazzari was surprised by the pressure that was exerted so that the barbecue did not take place:

"Everyone called me to lower it. Crazy. It is a barbecue between friends, it is not the Yalta conference"

, comparing - to exaggeration - with the summit before the end of World War II - between February 4 and 11, 1945 - between Iósif Stalin, Winston Churchill and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and which took place in the former Imperial Palace of Livadia, in And tall

The most bombastic absence was that of Roberto García Moritán

, who was invited but preferred not to participate because he believes that Bullrich is not the best alternative for the Presidency (a nod to Horacio Rodríguez Larreta).

But the whole evening was pleasant and everyone left smiling after the understanding between Pato and the "Bulldog"

A bondiolita to the right...

Massa's days

The intervention in Edesur and the public sector debt swap generated

a veritable tsunami in Sergio Tomás Massa's camp


It all started with a telephone round between the Minister of Economy and the President, after the return of the Tigrense from Panama.

Then he continued with the communication that

Jorge Horacio Ferraresi

would take over as controller of the electricity company, a pure Christian who came to that chair after a conversation between Massa and Cristina Kirchner.

That Massa-Cristina dialogue became even more intense

prior to this Wednesday's measure, when the economy brought together the bankers and defined that public organizations must exchange their papers in hard currency for others in pesos.

The prevailing tension in the ruling party was defined as follows by a national minister: "A very bad 40 to 50 days are coming for Sergio."

Alberto Fernández with the former CEO of the Syngenta company, Antonio Aracre, who took over as chief advisor.

Photo Presidency

Everything that happened in the last few hours led to the fact that Malena Galmarini came out to speak on the radio.

Massa's wife said that the "operations" on her husband come from Casa Rosada.


all eyes fell on Antonio Aracre

, the brand new head of advisers to Alberto Fernández, who in recent times has seated different businessmen to eat with the President, something that would have greatly annoyed the Minister of Economy.

"What's the problem, can't the President sit down with businessmen?", "they say" that the man recently arrived at the Casa Rosada defended himself.

Welcome to the dance...

Sergio Massa in Morón Photo: Andres D'Elia

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Harsh statements by Malena Galmarini: she said that the "operations" on Sergio Massa "come from the Casa Rosada"

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Source: clarin

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