After announcing this Sunday his withdrawal from any candidacy for the 2023 elections,
Mauricio Macri participates
in the Fundación Libertad dinner where he is expected to appear for the first time accompanied by
Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and Patricia Bullrich,
the main candidates of his force Politics, Together for Change.
The former president is the main figure of the Macrista think tank that is carrying out the event on Monday night, at the Goldencenter in Parque Norte, where he arrived
with his wife Juliana Awada
Macri's participation is part of the event's agenda, along with the presence of the Spanish Isabel Díaz Ayuso, president of the Community of Madrid, and the Brazilian Sergio Moro, former minister of Jair Bolsonaro and judge who imprisoned Lula Da Silva and unleashed the corruption scandal called Lava Jato.
The dinner had been organized for some time,
without it being suspected that it would take place just the day after
the broadcast of the video that caused a strong impact both in Together for Change and in the rest of the political event.
Macri's announcement cleared up one of the uncertainties that was fueling the tension in the opposition coalition, and both for the Buenos Aires head of government and for the PRO president, the risk that their aspirations would be threatened in the event that their political leader He will look for his second time.
Mauricio Macri and Juliana Awada, at the Fundación Libertad dinner in Parque Norte.
Photo Marcelo Carroll
Mauricio Macri's first statements after his announcement
Hours after the video that he shared on his social networks, Macri recorded an interview with LN+ this Sunday in which he was concerned to clarify that he will seek not to replicate the dynamics of the Frente de Todos and the relationship between Cristina Kirchner and Alberto Fernández.
“There is only one President, there cannot be two.
We Argentines have to choose the one that is most capable of profound change, because he is going to have to face a mafia and corporate status quo,” he assured.
In this sense, he marked a difference with Rodríguez Larreta, due to the speech of the head of government to end the "crack", one of his campaign axes with which he focused on the launch of his candidacy.
“The crack does not exist.
There are crazy ideas and reasonable ideas.
Period ”, countered Macri.
In addition, the former president supported his cousin Jorge and confirmed that he considers him the "best candidate" of the PRO for the City.
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News in development.
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