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A mayor of the Conurbano crossed strongly to La Cámpora: "Return everything that was stolen"


Diego Valenzuela, from Cambiemos, responded to the chicanas of a reference to Máximo Kirchner in Tres de Febrero. He watches the video.

On Tres de Febrero, Diego Valenzuela, mayor of Juntos por el Cambio, had a


back and forth with the leader of La Cámpora, Juan Debandi.

The climate in the last section of the opening speech of the communal chief tensed when he showed a

giant check

with the amount that Governor Axel Kicillof should return to Tres de Febrero -according to Valenzuela's estimates- due to a miscalculation of the co-participation in based on the strong suspicion that in the 2010 census he was manipulated in the party of La Matanza.

“We talked about it in the campaign, Debandi.

I do politics, from now on.

And it honors me.

Politics and management, both," he replied to the Kirchner councilor, the main reference for the Máximo Kirchner group in that district, who was one of the loudest in the room, angry with the mayor's accusations about the distribution of funds. coparticipable.

Valenzuela under the gaze of the pre-candidate for governor Diego Santilli, speaking at the launch of Horacio Rodríguez Larreta to the presidency, in an act organized on Tres de Febrero Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros).

Then, with the check in hand, Valenzuela fired at the legislators from the camp:

“'Give back the one that was stolen,'

he said.

And he continued: "I bring it here, Debandi, because it is money from the residents of Tres de Febrero. This is the check that Kicillof has to sign, recovering the resources that they took from us. We talk about the issues they want in the campaign, with everything pleasure. If you are the candidate...".

Valenzuela, Santilli and Larreta in a tour of the municipality of General Rodríguez.

Prior to his speech in the municipal legislative body, Valenzuela had stated that he is "touring the Province" and that he is going to "work hard for this year's election" since with his political party he aims to "recover the Province" .

Beyond that, he concentrated -as mayors usually do when opening ordinary sessions- in anticipating the main measures of his municipal management, Municipal for this 2023. He announced the arrival of an "Anti-Trash Brigade", the continuity of the decentralization plan and renovation of shopping centers, the incorporation of 200 new security cameras, the construction of the "Museo del Fitito" to honor the Fiat 600 that was produced in the district, among other measures.

Juan Debandi, vice president of the AABE, in his council seat on Tres de Febrero (photo: Twitter).

It is not the first time that Valenzuela has had a dispute with campor De Bandi, who in 2019 was the candidate for mayor of the Frente de Todos whom, despite the national and provincial context, Valenzuela managed to defeat to renew his mandate.

Also with a neighboring mayor and a Kirchnerist

Days after the heated discussion in the Council of Tres de Febrero, Valenzuela made a comment that

fell ill

in that sector of Kirchnerism: the sabbatellism of the neighboring municipality of Morón, where Lucas Ghi has occupied since 2019 that Cambiemos aspires to recover in the next elections executives.

On his social networks, Valenzuela published a peculiar video, in which he is seen riding a motorcycle down a street in poor condition and with wells.

"The new Alvear avenue on the Morón side", he wrote with a laughing emoji.

When you cross the border with your district, the landscape changes: there you can circulate without problems, along an avenue with good paving, a central separator, lights and cords painted on the corners.

The comment was received by a Chicana in the neighboring Kirchner party.

And soon he had an answer.

Fernando Torrillate, Morón's communication secretary, came out at the crossroads of Valenzuela's tweet.

The mayors Diego Valenzuela (Tres de Febrero) and Lucas Ghi (Morón) in a 2020 cleanup operation in the so-called Triple Border of the GBA.

"If we didn't have to spend so much money chasing the jets that come from your Tres de Febrero neighborhoods (you know what we're talking about!!) maybe we could fix the potholes so that the cushioning of your little motorcycle doesn't get screwed ", he replied.

The thread continued with two more messages: "I did not want to talk about the" motochorros "that come daily from Tres de Febrero. But just Valenzuela, and just on a motorcycle...", he wrote.

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Source: clarin

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