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Juan Grabois warmed up the inmate of the Frente de Todos: "In no way are we going to support a Massa candidacy"


The social leader asked that Alberto Fernández define himself and spoke about the resignation of Mauricio Macri.

The referent of the Movement of Excluded Workers (MTE),

Juan Grabois

, referred to the inmate who lives in the Frente de Todos and confirmed that

they would not accompany a candidacy of Sergio Massa

and that, if confirmed, they will ask for an intern.

"In no way will we support a Massa candidacy. In that case, I am going to go as a candidate and

we are going to ask for an internal one

. If they do not give it to us, we will go outside. The Frente de Todos is in a complicated situation. There may be a disintegration politics by left or right. That's why we have to order the electoral scenario," said the referent.

In an interview with the program "How do you see it?", on Futurock, Grabois said that they will not tolerate a single candidacy from a sector that represents "continuation of the IMF's economic plan, be it Alberto, Scioli or Massa."

That is why they imagine

a STEP between that sector and those who rejected the agreement with the Fund. 

In this line, he thought that

Eduardo 'Wado' de Pedro

would be a very good candidate for those who voted against.

"If Alberto, Scioli or Massa win an internal one, we would support them with certain programmatic conditions. It

is one thing to win an internal one, another to impose a candidate

", he affirmed.

Grabois maintained that Alberto should define what he intends to do to order the inmate of the Frente de Todos, although he opined in a personal capacity that

the president should step down.

"Alberto has to define whether he is going to take a step or step aside to order the strategy of the front, which I think is what he has to do, although I do not have the right to give an opinion. He is the president in a crisis situation His

probable rivals are ministers of this government

. We cannot afford to generate

a governance crisis

due to an internal political problem," he launched

For Grabois, it would be important for Alberto to help organize the internal order in the same way that Mauricio Macri's resignation did in Together for Change.

"I knew that Macri was not going to be a candidate,

I am not surprised. He is

electorally unfeasible

after the government he made. He is going to help the Juntos por el Cambio front to order its internship. It would be good for the Frente de Todos if something similar happens. I heard that Cristina Kirchner is not going to be a candidate. Alberto needs to define what he wants to do. They are not definitions, they are phrases that are heard, "he slipped.

In his reading, Alberto should have administered the coalition agreement, where it was Cristina who cast the votes, although it was not clear what percentage each one had.

From his point of view, the Frente de Todos was divided between Cristina, Alberto, the Frente Renovador and a tiny percentage of groups (Grabois included) that joined, although it was not clear how much each contributed.

"The coalition's problem was that

Cristina contributed 70% of the shares

. Alberto's role was to manage the agreement, not to do personalism. I think he faced a particular situation, in addition to receiving an indebted country. He did what he could. But if he does not put himself in an ordering role, it will be impossible," he argued.

"While we bleed to death,

Macri, Larreta and Bullrich begin to install a narrative

in which any project of love towards the people, anything that is not a deal, is a kind of Castro-Chavista confiscation," he closed.

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Source: clarin

All news articles on 2023-03-26

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