The debate over the possible inclusion of Juan Schiaretti to the coalition of Together for Change moved to Córdoba on Tuesday. While Mauricio Macri, who has already spoken out against it, and Luis Juez, a staunch opponent of the incorporation, were preparing to share an activity in the provincial Stock Exchange, the governor again called for the formation of a "front of fronts" with the aim of "leaving behind the damn crack."
At the same time that the former president and the gubernatorial candidate rubbed shoulders with the provincial establishment at the Stock Exchange, Schiaretti moved to Rio Cuarto for an act linked to urbanization works. In this context, he referred to the debate that gained strength on Sunday, when Horacio Rodríguez Larreta openly expressed in a public letter his desire to join the coalition.
"Argentina to leave behind long years of decadence and backwardness, needs a government of national unity, needs to overcome the damn crack, and needs to impose the culture of production and work," reflected the presidential candidate for the Peronist sector no K.
In that line, he insisted on an idea that he had already launched weeks ago: the "front of fronts" that brings together all the opposition to reach a "government of national unity."
"To achieve a government of national unity, it is first necessary to agree on a program," said the governor of Córdoba. And he added: "The forces that agree on boosting production and work, on leaving behind the damn crack, we must make a new political alternative, a front of fronts, as I call it, go to the elections and then make a government of national unity or a coalition government."
In Río Cuarto he elaborated on his idea of the front in front, the scope and limits it would have. "It's not that you become part of another party," he suggested in what appeared to be an attempt to calm the waters among those most resistant to joining Together for Change.
"It means that a political force agrees on a program with another political force and a new political coalition is assembled, a new political alternative, which is presented to the elections, that is, without losing its identity," he said.
And he insisted: "Here there is no pass from nobody to anything. It's the same thing we've done in Córdoba."
Within Together for Change those who support the incorporation of Schiaretti to the armed are Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, Gerardo Morales and Elisa Carrió. On the other hand, from the other side, Patricia Bullrich, Ricardo López Murphy, Mauricio Macri and the Cordobans, Mario Negri, Rodrigo de Loredo and Luis Juez, resist strongly.
Juez is a candidate for governor of Córdoba and carries out a campaign against Martín Llaryora, current mayor of the capital, and appointed Schiaretti dolphin to succeed him.
What Juan Schiaretti said about Mauricio Macri's statements
The Cordovan dedicated special words to the former president, who on Tuesday traveled to the province to participate in an event at the provincial Stock Exchange. In this context, Macri refused to add Schiaretti to Together for Change considering that "it puts the entire coalition system in crisis."
"I should not comment on what the different politicians say, I have never opined nor will I give an opinion, I work for Argentina to move forward," he said, although he later provided details of the discussion.
Schiaretti said he does not belong to Together for Change and will not in the future, but provided his own explanation of the issue. "One thing is an alliance that encompasses several parties and another thing is to be part of a party, I am part of non-Kirchnerist Peronism," he clarified.
In turn, on the possibility of competing with Horario Rodríguez Larreta or Gerardo Morales, the Cordovan president said: "Both Rodríguez Larreta, Morales, and I in the case of Córdoba, are governors who have experience in administering provinces, in administering a city like CABA, and we have had similar characteristics in the way we try to make our jurisdictions progress."