In the midst of the strong internal that exists in the opposition coalition, the national senator and candidate for governor of Córdoba for Together for Change, Luis Juez, sent an ironic message to the Jujuy president, Gerardo Morales, who promotes the landing of the Peronist leader.
"I have a handful of convictions that I'm not going to let go. I'm not going to go to Jujuy to tell Morales that he has to add Milagro Sala [the social leader detained in that province since 2016]. You have to be respectful of jurisdictions. I do not accept this outrage," Judge said.
In statements to Continental radio, the national senator said he felt "anger and annoyance" at the proposal to add Cordoban President Juan Schiaretti to the ranks of the opposition coalition, an initiative orchestrated by Morales and the head of the Buenos Aires Government and presidential candidate of the PRO, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta.
The possible incorporation of Schiaretti was discussed on Monday by the National Table of Together for Change, but no agreement was reached and the decision was postponed to a meeting that until now has no date of realization.
The party conclave had started discussed from the presences. A while before the scheduled time, Luis Juez was present -without being invited- to show his disagreement.
Luis Juez was surprised at the meeting of presidents of parties that make up Together for Change.Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros
What happens is that Schiaretti sponsors the candidacy of Peronist Martin Llaryora, who on June 25 will face Luis Juez in the elections of Córdoba to define who will stay with the provincial Executive.
"I cannot explain to the people [the Cordovan electorate] that Schiaretti today is this, and that tomorrow it can be something else, for convenience," he said.
On Monday, Morales announced that the meeting of the National Table of Together for Change went to "an intermediate room" to resolve the additions of Schiaretti and also that of José Luis Espert to the opposition space.
For the candidate for governor of Córdoba, the Mesa de Juntos por el Cambio "is evaluating a very high cost" and complained about "the fortune they are spending on advertising and handouts."
It does not help me to be told that they want me to be governor of Córdoba and then do the opposite. I don't need them patting me on the back," he said.